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Fair Warning - Campaign logos, homelessness, and the safest skies

Hello! You may have noticed it is actually Monday and not Sunday. I'm currently on a train to Birming
Fair Warning
Fair Warning - Campaign logos, homelessness, and the safest skies
By Sophie Warnes • Issue #65 • View online
Hello! You may have noticed it is actually Monday and not Sunday. I’m currently on a train to Birmingham to do some user research for the ONS website which is, if you are a complete nerd like me, very exciting.
First thing is nothing to do with data but if you like having your mind blown to smithereens with science, you should probably read this amazing Twitter thread by astrophysicist Katie Mack.

On the home front
Revealed: Government Fails To Count Hundreds Of Thousands Of Rough Sleepers
Over the pond
The 2018 midterms in campaign logos, all 900 of them
Elsewhere
Take a look at the gender imbalances of the world's leading orchestras
Lastly… I don’t know whether this is a strictly British phenomenon - it strikes me that it probably is - but the season of crappy winter wonderlands is officially upon us. We’ve kicked off the annual tradition in Bolton this year - a deflated snow globe and soapy ice rink. No wonky reindeers yet, though. #CrappyWonderlandWatch
That’s everything! If you are enjoying reading Fair Warning, please forward it to people who would also like it, encourage friends to subscribe to it, buy me a coffee to say thanks, or support Fair Warning on Patreon if you’re so inclined. I’m on Twitter @SophieWarnes.
Practice makes perfect: Carve this virtual turkey - Washington Post
The 2018 midterms in campaign logos, all 900 of them - Washington Post
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