Even if you’re too old to take your GCSEs and A-levels this summer, you can learn more about the history of exams – and try out exam questions from the past
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When will the 1921 census be released? How will it help your family history research? And what can we expect in 2021? We spoke to Pete Benton at the ONS to find out more
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