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A list of unclaimed estates held by the Treasury Solicitor.
Data sets to accompany the 2018 Agriculture in the United Kingdom publication.
Series of weekly average wholesale market prices of selected home grown horticultural produce.
Contains statistical material relating to the Terrorism Act 2000, including arrests and outcomes, and stops and searches.
Latest prison population figures for 2019.
Publication plan for HMRC national and official statistics.
This document provides figures on UK trade continuity agreements.
This annual publication provides an overview of official UK spend on international development in 2018.
Daily and monthly upstream counts for salmon and sea trout at the fish counter at the Tees Barrage on the lower River Tees.
Daily and monthly upstream counts for salmon and sea trout at the fish counter at Framwellgate weir on the River Wear, Durham.
Daily and monthly upstream counts for salmon and sea trout at the fish counter at Riding Mill on the main River Tyne.
The Agricultural Price Index (API) is a set of indices of the prices paid and received by UK farmers for agricultural goods and services.
UK quota management spreadsheets showing uptake of fish catches by each producer organisation against their allocations for the year.
This release, published on 19 September 2019, includes revised statistics which were originally published on 24 May 2018 and which are now labelled as provisional.
This release, published on 19 September 2019, includes revised statistics which were originally published on 30 May 2019 and which are now labelled as provisional.
The stock of properties by Council Tax Band and property attributes in England and Wales.
Includes DFID’s Gross Public Expenditure (GPEX) statistics for the financial year 2017 to 2018.
Department for International Trade (DIT) statistics showing performance indicators for digital services on great.gov.uk.
The Taking Part Survey has run since 2005 and is the key evidence source for DCMS.
Guidance on the quality that is expected of statistical releases.
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