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Subreddit Stats: ukpolitics top posts from 2020-06-21 to 2020-06-28 03:01 PDT

Period: 6.74 days
Submissions Comments
Total 733 47773
Rate (per day) 108.71 6780.69
Unique Redditors 267 6326
Combined Score 68744 320778

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 4932 points, 11 submissions: Wingo5315
    1. Blower on the easing of lockdown restrictions in England (2963 points, 412 comments)
    2. Peter Brookes on Boris Johnson (718 points, 69 comments)
    3. Morten Morland Cartoon (671 points, 38 comments)
    4. Matt on cricket not being allowed to resume (356 points, 63 comments)
    5. Matt Cartoon (157 points, 49 comments)
    6. Matt Cartoon (33 points, 12 comments)
    7. Matt Cartoon (33 points, 11 comments)
    8. Peter Brookes on Rebecca Long-Bailey, a former leadership rival, being sacked from the Shadow Cabinet (1 point, 3 comments)
    9. Matt on restaurants opening on 4th July (0 points, 5 comments)
    10. Peter Brookes Cartoon (0 points, 0 comments)
  2. 3499 points, 10 submissions: Underlaker
    1. Election Maps UK: To what extent, if at all, would you support or oppose the UK switching to a Proportional Representation voting system - Support: 54%, Oppose: 16%, Neither: 22%, Don't Know: 9% Via @RedfieldWilton, 25 Jun. (1735 points, 487 comments)
    2. MPs tell Boris Johnson to 'get a grip' over delay in report into Russian political interference (1368 points, 210 comments)
    3. Scottish property worth billions held in tax havens: Foreign companies own £4.4 billion worth of Scottish property, The Ferret can reveal, leading to calls for greater transparency to stop Scotland losing out on tax revenue. (114 points, 35 comments)
    4. 'I'd almost forgotten it existed': UK devolution review findings not shared a year after launch (103 points, 58 comments)
    5. Keir Starmer backs Scottish Labour over "hardline" opposition to indyref2 (80 points, 91 comments)
    6. First anti-devolution candidate Gareth Bennett (AM, Abolish the Welsh Assembly Party) takes his seat (65 points, 93 comments)
    7. Nicola Sturgeon says Scottish ministers may take over firms facing Covid-19 collapse (11 points, 10 comments)
    8. Labour is warned over plan to woo unionists (9 points, 8 comments)
    9. Map - Uniform swing projection of Scottish council areas on Scottish Independence (15th-19th June 2020 vs 2014 Referendum) CREDIT: Ballot Box Scotland (8 points, 42 comments)
    10. Kate Forbes asks UK Government for new powers over Scottish budget (6 points, 15 comments)
  3. 2865 points, 12 submissions: Mikeemoo
    1. Who makes it to university? By gender, ethnicity and free school meals (proxy for class) (1228 points, 1267 comments)
    2. Starmer fires RLB. Boom (1171 points, 2037 comments)
    3. Cambridge University's very modern bigotry (190 points, 599 comments)
    4. Major incident declared in Bournemouth as thousands of people flock to beaches | UK News (91 points, 171 comments)
    5. [OC] Median hourly pay by ethnicity (84 points, 179 comments)
    6. Labour frontbencher Lloyd Russell-Moyle accuses JK Rowling of exploiting her sexual assault ordeal (43 points, 224 comments)
    7. Met 'building relationships' over street parties (34 points, 71 comments)
    8. George Floyd death: House of Lords boss Edward Ollard forced to apologise for 'misjudged' comments | Politics News (9 points, 6 comments)
    9. University reforms 'must level playing field' for disadvantaged students | UK News (9 points, 23 comments)
    10. Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK (3 points, 5 comments)
  4. 2819 points, 23 submissions: BrexitBlaze
    1. Boris Johnson confronted over claim no country has working coronavirus app - after 12m downloads in Germany (1721 points, 533 comments)
    2. Poll reveals that half of black Britons experience workplace racism, and black and Pakistani Britons are most likely to have had careers hampered by their race (230 points, 416 comments)
    3. Bundle of documents reveal Robert Jenrick's texts with ex-media mogul in 'cash for favours' row (185 points, 18 comments)
    4. Angela Merkel: UK must live with consequences of weaker ties to EU (137 points, 152 comments)
    5. Sir Keir Starmer sacks Rebecca Long-Bailey over 'antisemitic conspiracy theory' article (116 points, 72 comments)
    6. Burnley fan claims responsibility for 'White Lives Matter' banner and won't apologise (110 points, 807 comments)
    7. Reading stabbings: Police treating Forbury Gardens attack as terror incident (56 points, 102 comments)
    8. Nigel Farage trip to attend Donald Trump rally investigated by homeland security committee (44 points, 12 comments)
    9. Coronavirus: Governor says Bank of England saved Britain from effective insolvency (30 points, 9 comments)
    10. Coronavirus: UK must prepare for a second wave of coronavirus, health leaders warn (30 points, 10 comments)
  5. 2703 points, 2 submissions: The-Grey-Wanderer
    1. The health secretary Matt Hancock repeatedly urged fellow Conservative ministers to block a plan in his constituency to build 400 homes and a primary school, claiming it would damage the horse racing industry. (1664 points, 199 comments)
    2. Boris Johnson faces fury at PMQs as he claims NO country has a working coronavirus tracing app - but Keir Starmer tells him 12MILLION people have already downloaded Germany's version | Daily Mail (1039 points, 323 comments)
  6. 2358 points, 1 submission: Denning76
    1. Secret Barrister: The government wants to abolish jury trials in order to address a court backlog caused by its own cuts, under the pretence that it was caused by Covid. (2358 points, 627 comments)
  7. 2202 points, 1 submission: 2martin4u
    1. Anger as Boris Johnson falsely claims child poverty has fallen despite huge rise under Tories (2202 points, 334 comments)
  8. 2118 points, 1 submission: ferji
    1. My cartoon this week for @LondonEconomic (2118 points, 82 comments)
  9. 2006 points, 1 submission: 8v1hJPaTnVkD7Yf
    1. Four years after Brexit, support for the EU surges in Britain (2006 points, 1094 comments)
  10. 1696 points, 1 submission: M2Ys4U
    1. The BBC has seen photos of Mr Jenrick + Mr Desmond sitting at the same table at the fundraising dinner. And photos of Boris Johnson with his arm around Mr Desmond. The Conservative Party refused permission for us to publish them. - @steveswannBBC (1696 points, 220 comments)
  11. 1550 points, 19 submissions: CaravanOfDeath
    1. Half of UK’s imported Covid-19 infections are from Pakistan. Experts warn that the Government needed to concentrate its resources on screening individuals from 'high risk' countries (476 points, 186 comments)
    2. Update Murder Investigation - Reading. Counter Terrorism Policing can now confirm that the stabbing incident that happened in Reading last night (20/6), has now been declared a terrorist incident. (331 points, 701 comments)
    3. Russia report committee to be set up 'imminently' (169 points, 63 comments)
    4. Ericsson: We can replace all of Huawei's equipment in the UK's 5G networks. The British government is reassessing a previous decision to allow the Chinese company a limited role in the UK's infrastructure. (141 points, 56 comments)
    5. YouGov: British police oppose positive discrimination for ethnic minorities (112 points, 289 comments)
    6. Wife of Tory MP Owen Paterson found dead at family home (84 points, 50 comments)
    7. NEW @Survation Poll – UK General Election Voting Intention: CON 43% (+1) LAB 36% (-1) LD 8% (-) GRN 4% (-) SNP 5% (-) BXP <1% (-) OTH 4% (-) 2,003 respondents, fieldwork 24-25 June 2020. Changes w/ 9-10 June 2020. (76 points, 87 comments)
    8. Priti Patel demands to see Cressida Dick 'first thing tomorrow morning for full explanation' after Met Police were 'reduced to a laughing stock' when overpowered officers were forced to flee 'mini riot' in Brixton by violent mob (70 points, 213 comments)
    9. Britain should side with U.S. over Huawei, former PM Blair says (23 points, 15 comments)
    10. Britain will borrow £400bn to tackle recession, IMF forecasts (17 points, 9 comments)
  12. 1481 points, 60 submissions: casualphilosopher1
    1. Property tycoons gave Tories £11m in past year (194 points, 31 comments)
    2. Sam Coates, Sky News: The Campaign Group of left wing Labour MPs have requested a meeting with Keir Starmer about the sacking of Rebecca Long-Bailey. The request has been declined (170 points, 307 comments)
    3. Corbyn and 20 left-wing Labour MPs warn Starmer not to ditch green policies and net zero target (156 points, 52 comments)
    4. Labour leader Keir Starmer says 'not a time for party politics', following the Reading terror attack (96 points, 18 comments)
    5. Maxine Peake: I feel it’s important for me to clarify that, when talking to The Independent, I was inaccurate in my assumption of American Police training & its sources. I find racism & antisemitism abhorrent & I in no way wished, nor intended, to add fodder to any views of the contrary. (80 points, 67 comments)
    6. Long-Bailey sacking shows Starmer is serious about winning (78 points, 86 comments)
    7. Just one in six Labour voters think Keir Starmer wrong to sack Rebecca Long-Bailey, snap poll shows (69 points, 72 comments)
    8. Labour calls for “comprehensive look at deradicalisation in prisons” after Reading attack (66 points, 38 comments)
    9. The next Liberal Democrat leader must not turn left: Tim Farron (53 points, 72 comments)
    10. Starmer rejects calls to restore Long-Bailey to shadow cabinet (52 points, 48 comments)
  13. 1457 points, 4 submissions: faux_artisan
    1. Robert Jenrick admits Israeli billionaire in donor row is family friend (1100 points, 219 comments)
    2. Robert Jenrick under pressure to resign after donor-row documents released (324 points, 57 comments)
    3. Covid-19: MPs reject calls to routinely test health and care workers (22 points, 18 comments)
    4. Coronavirus: Driving lessons and tests to restart from July (11 points, 6 comments)
  14. 1410 points, 14 submissions: chrisjd
    1. Boris Johnson accused of 'corrupt government' amid donor property row (512 points, 82 comments)
    2. In 2019, EHRC told BBC it wouldn’t allow anyone with conflict of interest to take part in Labour probe. This week it defended its director who failed to disclose donations to Tories (365 points, 59 comments)
    3. Journalist Ash Sarkar gets death threats for photo of her enjoying lolly in park (290 points, 517 comments)
    4. Norman Tebbit and the Telegraph can't be let off the hook for rewriting Nazi history (192 points, 173 comments)
    5. De La Rue to halt production of UK passports at Gateshead site (33 points, 36 comments)
    6. Disabled man 'starved to death during lockdown' MP claims (15 points, 19 comments)
    7. Rebecca Long-Bailey defiant after being axed for tweeting Maxine Peake interview (3 points, 24 comments)
    8. Excl: Long-Bailey sacked after massive row over schools return – as news emerges that Starmer’s support for return has seen infection rate double (0 points, 20 comments)
    9. Former officer claims racism forced her out of Met police (0 points, 6 comments)
    10. How Keir Starmer Sabotaged Rebecca Long-Bailey (0 points, 29 comments)
  15. 1295 points, 20 submissions: Fra_Bernardo
    1. We must fight to protect British food, Waitrose warns ministers (389 points, 197 comments)
    2. Poor lives matter whatever their colour (195 points, 463 comments)
    3. Theresa May making £100,000 a speech on lecture circuit (172 points, 168 comments)
    4. Robert Jenrick affair taints the Conservative Party (154 points, 46 comments)
    5. Robert Jenrick under pressure over £1bn Isle of Dogs housing scheme (139 points, 6 comments)
    6. Ministers ignored police chiefs' warning over risks of lifting lockdown in England | World news (51 points, 21 comments)
    7. PM 'will not return to austerity of 10 years ago' (38 points, 59 comments)
    8. UK beach town raises alarm as huge crowds ignore COVID advice and flock to the coast (32 points, 37 comments)
    9. Starmer to face MPs following Long-Bailey sacking (27 points, 45 comments)
    10. England COVID-19 test and trace system fails to reach a quarter of positive cases (22 points, 9 comments)
  16. 1148 points, 1 submission: easyone
    1. Boris Johnson told to come clean on food and medicine shortage risks from no-deal Brexit. Demands for prime minister to reveal if dangers listed in ‘no-deal readiness report’ last autumn are still real – and whether they have grown because of pandemic (1148 points, 159 comments)
  17. 994 points, 1 submission: concerned_future
    1. 'We don't want to give Marxists doe': texts between Desmond and Jenrick | Released papers show messages exchanged between the housing secretary and a Tory donor (994 points, 365 comments)
  18. 987 points, 5 submissions: thomalexday
    1. Thursday's deaths by actual day chart in hospital and all settings (264 points, 60 comments)
    2. Monday's deaths by actual day chart in hospital and all settings - hospital rolling average now below 50 as of 13 June (245 points, 91 comments)
    3. It's Wednesday 24 June, here's the latest deaths by actual day chart in hospital and all settings (201 points, 19 comments)
    4. Tuesday's deaths by actual day chart including today's ONS update of all settings and excess deaths data - all settings rolling average down to 114 as of 10th June (177 points, 62 comments)
    5. Friday's deaths by actual day chart in hospital and all settings - hospital rolling average falls to 44 os of 18th June (100 points, 27 comments)
  19. 960 points, 2 submissions: PolyDexTorus
    1. John Stevens Tweeted: Richard Desmond had drinks with Boris Johnson in No10 months before Robert Jenrick approved his £1bn planning application. The Downing Street drinks party was a few weeks ahead of Tory fundraising dinner last November when he sat next to Housing Secretary and spoke to PM (495 points, 56 comments)
    2. Channel 4 News Tweeted: "It is so disturbing. To take a selfie with two dead women and then to share that on a forum." Dawn Butler says her "heart goes out" to the family of two women murdered in a London park. Two police officers have been arrested after taking and sharing photos at a murder scene. (465 points, 144 comments)
  20. 922 points, 27 submissions: _Steamed_Hams
    1. Tories gave Robert Jenrick home renovation the go-ahead (122 points, 25 comments)
    2. Too close to home: Robert Jenrick, Johnson’s ‘expert’ housing minister (107 points, 11 comments)
    3. Boris Johnson faces pressure to come clean about his contacts with Richard Desmond (106 points, 18 comments)
    4. Rishi Sunak eyes VAT cut in bid to boost UK economy (96 points, 121 comments)
    5. I’ll take an axe to planning laws, says Dominic Cummings (88 points, 126 comments)
    6. Tory donor Richard Desmond embroiled in 'cash for access' row had drinks with Boris Johnson at No.10 (66 points, 3 comments)
    7. Housing secretary Robert Jenrick mired in new planning row (48 points, 7 comments)
    8. Documents cast doubt on Jenrick’s defence (42 points, 3 comments)
    9. Hard rain is going to fall on civil service, says Dominic Cummings (37 points, 37 comments)
    10. State to run east coast line for up to five more years (35 points, 8 comments)

Top Commenters

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  2. DaveChild (2001 points, 269 comments)
  3. NeatMormon (1973 points, 324 comments)
  4. deeacorn (1894 points, 96 comments)
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  16. casualphilosopher1 (1221 points, 217 comments)
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  18. Lolworth (1194 points, 137 comments)
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Top Submissions

  1. Blower on the easing of lockdown restrictions in England by Wingo5315 (2963 points, 412 comments)
  2. Secret Barrister: The government wants to abolish jury trials in order to address a court backlog caused by its own cuts, under the pretence that it was caused by Covid. by Denning76 (2358 points, 627 comments)
  3. Anger as Boris Johnson falsely claims child poverty has fallen despite huge rise under Tories by 2martin4u (2202 points, 334 comments)
  4. My cartoon this week for @LondonEconomic by ferji (2118 points, 82 comments)
  5. Four years after Brexit, support for the EU surges in Britain by 8v1hJPaTnVkD7Yf (2006 points, 1094 comments)
  6. Election Maps UK: To what extent, if at all, would you support or oppose the UK switching to a Proportional Representation voting system - Support: 54%, Oppose: 16%, Neither: 22%, Don't Know: 9% Via @RedfieldWilton, 25 Jun. by Underlaker (1735 points, 487 comments)
  7. Boris Johnson confronted over claim no country has working coronavirus app - after 12m downloads in Germany by BrexitBlaze (1721 points, 533 comments)
  8. The BBC has seen photos of Mr Jenrick + Mr Desmond sitting at the same table at the fundraising dinner. And photos of Boris Johnson with his arm around Mr Desmond. The Conservative Party refused permission for us to publish them. - @steveswannBBC by M2Ys4U (1696 points, 220 comments)
  9. The health secretary Matt Hancock repeatedly urged fellow Conservative ministers to block a plan in his constituency to build 400 homes and a primary school, claiming it would damage the horse racing industry. by The-Grey-Wanderer (1664 points, 199 comments)
  10. MPs tell Boris Johnson to 'get a grip' over delay in report into Russian political interference by Underlaker (1368 points, 210 comments)

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The Biggest Batting Turnarounds (growth and decline of batsmen over their careers)

If you want to see graphs showing averages over their career for all notable test and ODI batsmen skip to the the bottom ↓
Some batsmen have a rough start to their career before kicking on to become run generating machines from some dystopian future where robots are our unquestioned cricketing overlords. Some might perform well through their career but then pile on the runs to an absurd degree shortly before retirement, leaving us to wonder whether they left too soon.
Others have illustrious careers, but perhaps too strong an aversion to letting go means they end their time on the international scene with a precipitous drop in performance. Or maybe a player will have an incredible start to their career, but alas it can not be maintained so back to Earth their average falls.
'Future Average (FA) - Past Average (PA)'
By subtracting a players past average from their future average at all points throughout their career we can see which of them has had the largest future overperformance or underperformance based on what their batting average was at some point in time. The scenarios from the first paragraph will result in a high FA-PA value at some point in the players career. The scenarios from the second paragraph will result in a low FA-PA value at some point in a players career.
FA-PA values in the first or final 25 innings of a career are ignored as the small sample size for PA then FA in these regions can lead to some silly results.
Test Matches
Batsmen considered are the top 200 by average (2000 run min. qualification).
The 20 batsmen with the highest maximum FA-PA value, large turnarounds for the better:
Name Max FA-PA
SPD Smith 38.93
CG Macartney 36.98
KS Williamson 35.48
JH Kallis 33.32
GS Sobers 32.36
Imran Khan 32.22
KWR Fletcher 31.00
CL Walcott 30.73
SR Waugh 28.38
MD Crowe 27.70
A Flower 27.37
DL Amiss 26.58
VVS Laxman 26.24
V Kohli 26.18
Mohammad Yousuf 26.13
PA de Silva 25.70
Shoaib Mohammad 25.46
DG Bradman 25.42
HM Amla 25.30
NS Sidhu 23.90
The 20 batsmen with the lowest minimum FA-PA value, large turnarounds for the not so better:
Name Min FA-PA
JC Adams -51.73
MEK Hussey -42.35
AR Morris -33.02
IJL Trott -32.91
KD Walters -32.84
MA Taylor -30.52
Mominul Haque -30.38
G Gambhir -30.17
H Sutcliffe -28.55
SR Tendulkar -27.72
DCS Compton -27.19
Javed Miandad -26.56
NCL O'Neill -26.25
AI Kallicharran -26.21
RN Harvey -26.09
V Sehwag -25.93
AC Gilchrist -25.82
DB Vengsarkar -25.56
FMM Worrell -25.03
MJ Clarke -24.91
Prior to 2014 Steve Smith averaged just 34.64 over 31 innings, but we all know what happened from there. Since 2014, Smith has averaged a mammoth 71.63 over 86 innings to put him on top of the improvement chart. Two other members of the Fab Four are there as well. Kane Williamson prior to 2014 averaged 35.88 over 35 innings, but has averaged 66.85 over 75 innings from 2014 onwards. Prior to 2016 Virat Kohli played 72 innings and his average had remained steady for a while at around 44, but since the start of 2016 he has averaged 65.8 over 59 innings. So where is Joe Root? Unfortunately he was closer to making the second list. An average of 54.68 over 66 innings prior to 2016, but 45.01 in his 83 innings since then, and trending downwards with just 37.35 over his 32 innings since the start of 2018. The Ashes would be the perfect stage for getting back on track though, wouldn't they?
On that second list we can see that Hussey's appearance is due to an incredible start to his career that could not be maintained (80.58 over 31 innings pre-2008). Whereas names like Clarke, Tendulkar and Sehwag all appear due to drop offs at the tail end of their career.
One shining beacon of batting consistency amongst all these players was special inclusion Chris Martin. Martin managed to keep his past and future averages within about 1 run of each other for an entire decade from 2002 until 2012.
ODIs
Batsmen considered are the top 200 by average (1000 run min. qualification).
Top 20 Positive:
Name Max FA-PA
BA Stokes 37.33
AB de Villiers 34.52
RG Sharma 31.33
CS MacLeod 30.79
F du Plessis 30.73
V Kohli 30.57
SD Hope 27.67
SPD Smith 27.56
Mushfiqur Rahim 27.03
MD Crowe 26.25
DA Warner 26.20
LRPL Taylor 25.27
KC Sangakkara 24.51
S Chanderpaul 24.47
JE Root 23.85
ST Jayasuriya 23.71
EJG Morgan 22.96
Shakib Al Hasan 22.19
RG Twose 22.07
SB Styris 21.87
Top 20 Negative:
Name Min FA-PA
MEK Hussey -52.27
GS Chappell -32.54
AH Jones -27.57
KP Pietersen -27.39
IVA Richards -26.47
GJ Bailey -25.41
MA Atherton -24.33
NS Sidhu -23.83
Azhar Ali -23.80
VG Kambli -22.60
JP Faulkner -21.34
Yasir Hameed -21.21
HM Amla -18.31
RR Sarwan -18.13
Mohammad Yousuf -18.04
MG Bevan -18.01
DM Jones -17.92
GA Gooch -17.83
KC Wessels -16.23
SV Manjrekar -16.12
Ben Stokes tops the improvement chart for ODIs. Struggling with an average of just 20.15 over 29 innings prior to 2016, Stokes has been incredible since then with 54.82 over 52 innings. AB de Villiers, Kohli and Rohit Sharma all appear here with ridiculous numbers, perhaps most notably Kohli's 81 over 70 innings since the start of 2016. A different story from his test dip, Joe Root has been excellent in ODI's after a merely mediocre start to his career; he averages 59.59 in his 76 innings since the start of 2016.
I was a bit surprised to see KP Pietersen here, but after exploding onto the scene with 35 innings at an average of 55.56 until 2007, it turns out he managed just 35.85 in his 90 innings from 2007 onwards. Hussey is once again a victim of an incredible start to his career. His opening 77.11 over 37 innings prior to 2007 was followed by a respectable but much reduced average of 42.67 over 120 innings from 2007 onwards.
If you want to check a graph that I didn't link to, graphs for all 200 batsmen I checked in each format (+Chris Martin) can be downloaded as png or svg from my Drive here Relative to png, svg looks crisper and is interactive, allowing you to hover nodes to view labels at each year like so, but svg's from Drive need to be downloaded to be viewed since there is no preview option. Alternatively if you want to view the svg without downloading anything, navigate through here to the graph you're interested in and open the image in a new tab.
I'll probably do one for bowlers tomorrow, and if there are any other people you want to see the batting graph for just let me know and I'll add them.
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