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For an insight into how people on the home front felt during World War II, researchers can access a number of datasets held in the UK Data Service collection relating to this incredible period in history.

The UK Data Service has released a special ‘Lockdown Update’ newsletter to keep users informed of its activities during what has been an unprecedented period of crisis and upheaval.

The Health Survey for England (HSE) has put out a call for people to take part in an online survey on the questions asked in its drinking module.

The UK Data Service is working with the Understanding Society team to make monthly data on how the UK population is dealing with the COVID-19 emergency available to researchers.

Data from the Annual Population Survey (APS) 2019 provides details of how the trend towards homeworking was developing prior to lockdown.

The UK Statistics Authority has accredited the UK Data Service as a processor of data under the Part 5, Chapter 5 of the Digital Economy Act 2017, which facilitates the linking and sharing of de-identified data by public authorities for accredited research purposes.

The UK Data Service is committed to ensuring a continuity of service even under the most challenging conditions.

Due to the disruption to teaching and assessment this year, we have changed the deadline for the UK Data Service Dissertation Award to Wednesday 3 June.

We are looking for submissions for the Family Finance Surveys User Conference 2020.

This series of free webinars will explain how to collect data from websites using computational methods.

Supporting researchers, students and data controllers during Covid-19.

Users urged to make use of the UK Data Services’ online resources during this period of remote working and isolation.

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