Resolution Foundation

Resolution Foundation

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Resolution Foundation is a think tank working to improve the lives of people on low to middle incomes

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We looked inside some of the tweets by @resfoundation and here's what we found interesting.

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Quoted @carapacitti

My Friday chart rabbit hole - Eat Out to Help Out and covid infections: .@HMRCgovuk published data on Eat Out to Help Out take-up by parliamentary constituency, and they make for interesting reading - even if they only show claims up to 27th August so far. https://t.co/h5P4UR0zG2

The popularity of 'Eat Out to Help Out' varied hugely across local areas of the UK. But did discounted food hotspots help drive large rises in covid infections? No, as this must-read thread from @carapacitti shows.... https://t.co/y3Nb6v7YnT

Additional support for firms and workers most affected by this crisis will be needed once the furlough scheme ends in six weeks’ time - @dan_tomlinson_ on the risk of rising unemployment as we approach the end of the Job Retention Scheme https://t.co/zDzmMhFYIZ https://t.co/4U1nUzrGCi

Additional support for firms and workers most affected by this crisis will be needed once the furlough scheme ends in six weeks’ time - @dan_tomlinson_ on the risk of rising unemployment as we approach the end of the Job Retention Scheme https://t.co/zDzmMhFYIZ https://t.co/4U1nUzrGCi

Why tight-knit communities are voting Trump, and how statistics can save your life. This and more in Top of the Charts from @TorstenBell https://t.co/i1pG3G7rXP https://t.co/mAgLc9eEeH

Why tight-knit communities are voting Trump, and how statistics can save your life. This and more in Top of the Charts from @TorstenBell https://t.co/i1pG3G7rXP https://t.co/mAgLc9eEeH

Retail workers went back to work in July, but over two in five hospitality and leisure workers still furloughed - read our latest analysis of the Coronavirum Job Retention Scheme https://t.co/zDzmMhFYIZ https://t.co/32OeeUUuxg

Retail workers went back to work in July, but over two in five hospitality and leisure workers still furloughed - read our latest analysis of the Coronavirum Job Retention Scheme https://t.co/zDzmMhFYIZ https://t.co/32OeeUUuxg

Choose your parents, where you're born, and who you marry carefully. Lifestyle advice and economics homework in this week's Top of the Charts from @TorstenBell - https://t.co/4rgMPZ1w3a https://t.co/ZQBw7CmwUi

Choose your parents, where you're born, and who you marry carefully. Lifestyle advice and economics homework in this week's Top of the Charts from @TorstenBell - https://t.co/4rgMPZ1w3a https://t.co/ZQBw7CmwUi

Evening read from @dan_tomlinson_ - Final furlough?
Six months on from the start of the Job Retention Scheme https://t.co/zDzmMhonRr https://t.co/TSrgpJsXPN

Evening read from @dan_tomlinson_ - Final furlough? Six months on from the start of the Job Retention Scheme https://t.co/zDzmMhonRr https://t.co/TSrgpJsXPN

@TorstenBell This week's reads come from @SMCommission (Social (im)mobility); @nishant_yonzan (Mating assortively); @ndrlee
@rodriguez_pose & Cornelius Lipp (Golfing with Trump); @delong (The rule of five); and, @TimHarford (Defending statistics). https://t.co/4rgMPZ1w3a https://t.co/0KOesN9uuL

@TorstenBell This week's reads come from @SMCommission (Social (im)mobility); @nishant_yonzan (Mating assortively); @ndrlee @rodriguez_pose & Cornelius Lipp (Golfing with Trump); @delong (The rule of five); and, @TimHarford (Defending statistics). https://t.co/4rgMPZ1w3a https://t.co/0KOesN9uuL

Top of the Charts from @TorstenBell - Rich partners, poor parents and Trump-loving neighbours. Plus our Chart of the Week explores the Eat Out to Help Out hotspots across Britain https://t.co/4rgMPZ1w3a https://t.co/LECTsd64Vk

Top of the Charts from @TorstenBell - Rich partners, poor parents and Trump-loving neighbours. Plus our Chart of the Week explores the Eat Out to Help Out hotspots across Britain https://t.co/4rgMPZ1w3a https://t.co/LECTsd64Vk

Where saw the benefit of Eat Out to Help Out? Not the Blue Wall https://t.co/tDdXhb7SU8 https://t.co/J4jktzXqvx

Where saw the benefit of Eat Out to Help Out? Not the Blue Wall https://t.co/tDdXhb7SU8 https://t.co/J4jktzXqvx

Top of the Charts from @TorstenBell - Rich partners, poor parents and Trump-loving neighbours. Plus our Chart of the Week on the dearth of eating out to help out in 'Blue Wall' constituencies https://t.co/4rgMPZ1w3a https://t.co/HxIfSQbdTb

Top of the Charts from @TorstenBell - Rich partners, poor parents and Trump-loving neighbours. Plus our Chart of the Week on the dearth of eating out to help out in 'Blue Wall' constituencies https://t.co/4rgMPZ1w3a https://t.co/HxIfSQbdTb

@dan_tomlinson_ Conclusion: Additional support for firms and workers most affected by this crisis will be needed once the furlough scheme ends in six weeks’ time. https://t.co/FAouIhSdHv

@dan_tomlinson_ Conclusion: Additional support for firms and workers most affected by this crisis will be needed once the furlough scheme ends in six weeks’ time. https://t.co/FAouIhSdHv

@dan_tomlinson_ Over two-in-five employees in hospitality and leisure were still furloughed in late-July. Hospitality and leisure account for 9 per cent of employee jobs, but accounted for 23 per cent of all furloughs on 31 July. https://t.co/LLG3sP7c8g

@dan_tomlinson_ Over two-in-five employees in hospitality and leisure were still furloughed in late-July. Hospitality and leisure account for 9 per cent of employee jobs, but accounted for 23 per cent of all furloughs on 31 July. https://t.co/LLG3sP7c8g

@dan_tomlinson_ Over half a million retail employees moved off the JRS in July - a 40 per cent reduction, compared to a 29 per cent fall across the economy as a whole. https://t.co/3UoKNPaSFH

@dan_tomlinson_ Over half a million retail employees moved off the JRS in July - a 40 per cent reduction, compared to a 29 per cent fall across the economy as a whole. https://t.co/3UoKNPaSFH

@dan_tomlinson_ In late July 4.8 million people were furloughed, over 70 per cent of whom were still furloughed in full. We estimate that around 3 million people were still furloughed (either fully or partially) by late-August. https://t.co/9KPllJ8Pct

@dan_tomlinson_ In late July 4.8 million people were furloughed, over 70 per cent of whom were still furloughed in full. We estimate that around 3 million people were still furloughed (either fully or partially) by late-August. https://t.co/9KPllJ8Pct

NEW RF briefing: Final furlough? Six months on from the start of the Job Retention Scheme. Read @dan_tomlinson_ spotlight article on what to take-away from the latest data on take-up of the Job Retention Scheme https://t.co/zDzmMhonRr

My Friday chart rabbit hole - Eat Out to Help Out and covid infections: .@HMRCgovuk published data on Eat Out to Help Out take-up by parliamentary constituency, and they make for interesting reading - even if they only show claims up to 27th August so far. https://t.co/h5P4UR0zG2

@HMRCgovuk Take-up of the Job Retention Scheme is all about which sectors of the economy you work in, and its increasingly concentrated in hard-hit sectors like hospitality and leisure. Firms and workers here will need further support after October to prevent a huge rise in unemployment. https://t.co/KgUIiTHgN8

@HMRCgovuk Take-up of the Job Retention Scheme is all about which sectors of the economy you work in, and its increasingly concentrated in hard-hit sectors like hospitality and leisure. Firms and workers here will need further support after October to prevent a huge rise in unemployment. https://t.co/KgUIiTHgN8

@HMRCgovuk Key takeaway 1 - the number of fully furloughed workers almost halved between its early May peak (8.9m) and the end of July (4.8m). Out estimate, based on more recent survey data, is that around 3 million workers were still furloughed at the end of August. https://t.co/8dLUrbNvwO

@HMRCgovuk Key takeaway 1 - the number of fully furloughed workers almost halved between its early May peak (8.9m) and the end of July (4.8m). Out estimate, based on more recent survey data, is that around 3 million workers were still furloughed at the end of August. https://t.co/8dLUrbNvwO

Retail workers went back to work in July, but over two in five hospitality and leisure workers still furloughed - our quickfire take on today's stats on take-up of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme from @HMRCgovuk https://t.co/kApQ4jdkhF https://t.co/QGzQO1eY2B

Retail workers went back to work in July, but over two in five hospitality and leisure workers still furloughed - our quickfire take on today's stats on take-up of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme from @HMRCgovuk https://t.co/kApQ4jdkhF https://t.co/QGzQO1eY2B

We were down to 4.8m employees furloughed by end of July - most (3.5m) fully furloughed (ie not working at all). This is 1) a big fall from almost 9m in May 2) still massive (over 1 in 10 employees still not working) https://t.co/e20y9QCrHQ

We were down to 4.8m employees furloughed by end of July - most (3.5m) fully furloughed (ie not working at all). This is 1) a big fall from almost 9m in May 2) still massive (over 1 in 10 employees still not working) https://t.co/e20y9QCrHQ

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