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Not a week goes by nowadays without its being branded for some campaign or another. This, we are informed, is Evidence Week in Parliament.

Policies based on evidence are essential to good governance – and yet many appear to fly in its face.

Moreover, the use that politicians make of this evidence often depends on which axe they have to grind. Confronted with exactly the same facts about, say, the backstop in the EU Withdrawal Agreement, Brexiteers like Boris Johnson say scrapping it is not a problem, whereas those who want the UK to stay in the EU or retain the closest ties possible maintain that it is an insurmountable one.

So here is some evidence contained in a report published by the Social...

Not a week goes by nowadays without its being branded for some campaign or another. This, we are informed, is Evidence Week in Parliament.

Policies based on evidence are essential to good governance – and yet many appear to fly in its face.

Moreover, the use that politicians make of this evidence often depends on which axe they have to grind. Confronted with exactly the same facts about, say, the backstop in the EU Withdrawal Agreement, Brexiteers like Boris Johnson say scrapping it is not a problem, whereas those who want the UK to stay in the EU or retain the closest ties possible maintain that it is an insurmountable one.

So here is some evidence contained in a report published by the Social...

Not a week goes by nowadays without its being branded for some campaign or another. This, we are informed, is Evidence Week in Parliament.

Policies based on evidence are essential to good governance – and yet many appear to fly in its face.

Moreover, the use that politicians make of this evidence often depends on which axe they have to grind. Confronted with exactly the same facts about, say, the backstop in the EU Withdrawal Agreement, Brexiteers like Boris Johnson say scrapping it is not a problem, whereas those who want the UK to stay in the EU or retain the closest ties possible maintain that it is an insurmountable one.

So here is some evidence contained in a report published by the Social...

Not a week goes by nowadays without its being branded for some campaign or another. This, we are informed, is Evidence Week in Parliament.

Policies based on evidence are essential to good governance – and yet many appear to fly in its face.

Moreover, the use that politicians make of this evidence often depends on which axe they have to grind. Confronted with exactly the same facts about, say, the backstop in the EU Withdrawal Agreement, Brexiteers like Boris Johnson say scrapping it is not a problem, whereas those who want the UK to stay in the EU or retain the closest ties possible maintain that it is an insurmountable one.

So here is some evidence contained in a report published by the Social...