‘No savings, no pension’: Ten census ‘time capsules’ that people have made public

Some decried the Government’s record, others wrote poems, one quoted JRR Tolkien

They filled in the “time capsule” section of the census form (the bit that is supposed to stay under wraps for 100 years), then posted them to social media.

Those who made their forms public took a variety of approaches. Political anger and party-political messaging was common, but there were also several poems and family histories, notes from children ... and at least one from the family dog.