An inquiry into the delayed publication and suppression of government research

There are many rules and guidelines requiring ministers and civil servants to publish government research promptly and independently. Despite these rules there have been high-profile examples where research conducted or commissioned by government was delayed, modified, and misrepresented – or dropped altogether – apparently because the results were politically inconvenient.

 

Text and title from Sense About Science’s  inquiry into the delayed publication and suppression of government research

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