Well done, GJT.
And here's today's:
Democratic dissent is not disloyalty, it is a positive civic duty
Well I think I know what it is but not sure how it fits the criteria of , they’re all based in the UK or some of its countries and cover one of our five core areas: Economy, Immigration, Health, Education and Crime.
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I think it comes under "Economy"...
Number 4: - price of gold? (big question mark because the numbers on the Y axis don't link to price per ounce).
regarding satisfaction/dissatisfaction graph:- I wouldn't have picked it out as satisfaction with the NHS. The lacunae are accidental, I thought they might be significant.
I look forward to the next challenge.
Number 3 is NHS satisfaction... the gaps come from the sporadic surveys rather than being it an official series, the big increase in 2003 to 2010 is generally thought to be caused by increased expenditure resulting in improved access... and we're waiting to see what happens between now and the election.
No answer yet for #4.
I'm still thinking about this. The size of the peaks ought to give significant clues. The stepness of the increase during the wars are beginning to make me think about UK current account deficits (NOT total debt as that would be rising and there would be plateaus in the line).
The labels are roughly accurate... they don't omit obvious units of measurement or factors...