Response to ONS consultation on the future of population and migration statistics in England and Wales
We call on the Office for National Statistics to make sure that data on sex is collected clearly and accurately for national statistics.
Edward Malnick, Sunday Political Editor for The Telegraph
Office for National Statistics may have lost its 'credibility' to accurately record sex and gender, suggests Whitehall source
Sex Matters board member Michael Biggs writes in The Spectator about the confusion caused by unclear language about sex and gender in the 2022 census.
Census day is 21 March 2021. Yesterday, in a challenge brought by Fair Play For Women, the High Court ordered the Office for National Statistics to correct the guidance they provide online about how to answer the question “What is your sex?” Until yesterday, the guidance for the 2021...
10th March 2021
Jane Clare Jones with Lucy MacKenzie (2020), Oxford University The first in a series, this report ‘Sex and the Census’ focuses on planned changes to the way that data on sex is collected in the UK census and outlines why collecting census data on males and females matters.