In the latest episode of Yahoo UK's podcast Britain Is a Nation Of..., Dr Patricia McNair asks whether a £5 charge to see your GP could ease pressure on the NHS.
In the latest episode of Yahoo UK's podcast Britain Is a Nation Of.., Dr Pat
A YouGov poll found that Brits rate antibiotic resistance as the biggest threat to the health of the global population.
Just under two thirds of Brits (65%) think people shouldn't be allowed to bring their dogs to work.
Crimewatch presenter Rav Wilding tells Yahoo UK's podcast Britain Is a Nation Of... how much police dramas actually resemble the real world of policing.
In the latest episode of Yahoo UK's podcast, Crimewatch presenter and former police detective Rav Wilding reveals how burglars target people's homes.
The latest episode of Yahoo UK's podcast Britain Is a Nation Of... looks at why people are often unwilling to report crime.
Figures from YouGov UK show that people are more likely to worry often about cyber crime than violent crime.
According to a YouGov poll, one in seven Britons believe that God created the world and evolution was just part of his plan.
A YouGov poll revealed that three in 100 Brits think the Flat Earth theory is probably or definitely true.
According to a poll by YouGov, 20% of Britons think vaccines probably or definitely have harmful effects that aren't being disclosed to the public.
A YouGov poll on conspiracy theories revealed that one in six Britons think the moon landing was probably or definitely staged.
A YouGov poll found that 32% of those aged 55 and over think warnings by scientists about climate change have been over-exaggerated.
The latest episode of Yahoo UK's podcast Britain Is a Nation Of... looks at conspiracy theories.
A poll for Yahoo UK by YouGov found that more than a third of people said kindness is the most important trait in a 'good' Christian.
According to a survey by Yahoo and YouGov, featured on the latest edition of Yahoo's podcast Britain is a Nation Of, four in ten Brits would like to be a part of the Royal family in some way.
How many people in Britain are sceptical that the moon landings really happened and are we a nation of climate change deniers?
A poll by YouGov Omnibus and Yahoo News UK found that most people who said they would try Class A drugs if they were legal had probably already tried them anyway.
Recent polling by YouGov for Yahoo News UK exposes some intriguing insights into how the British public would behave. When asked if making class A drugs like heroin, cocaine and ecstasy legal would encourage people to try them, 79% said they wouldn’t. Remainers and leavers were united on this issue with an almost equal proportion, with 77% and 85% respectively saying they were unwilling to try a class A drug even if doing so was not against the law.
This week's discussion is all about the theme of love and relationships, Dr Becky Spellman, Psychologist and We-Vibe’s Relationship Expert.
Research by YouGov Omnibus for Yahoo UK's podcast Britain Is a Nation Of... found that people are okay with public displays of affection - up until they involve tongues.
Brits are divided on the subject of funerals, with a YouGov poll finding that a third of people think they should be a solemn occasion while four in ten think they should be a joyous affair.
This week's discussion is all about the theme of alcohol, with expert input from Professor Ian Hamilton, lecturer in mental health and addiction at the University of York.
If you're an alcoholic and you try to do Dry January, it could kill you, warns Professor Ian Hamilton on Yahoo's podcast Britain Is a Nation Of....
More than a quarter of Brits have lied about how much they drink, according to a poll by YouGov Omnibus and Yahoo UK.