Research and statistics

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  1. River Tees fish counts

    Daily and monthly upstream counts for salmon and sea trout at the fish counter at the Tees Barrage on the lower River Tees.

  2. River Wear fish counts

    Daily and monthly upstream counts for salmon and sea trout at the fish counter at Framwellgate weir on the River Wear, Durham.

  3. River Tyne fish counts

    Daily and monthly upstream counts for salmon and sea trout at the fish counter at Riding Mill on the main River Tyne.

  4. Trade and investment core statistics book

    The most up to date snapshot of the UK’s trade and investment position, summarising trade statistics produced by ONS, HMRC, DIT and others.

  5. County Court Bulletin April to June 2019

    This bulletin provides information on throughput at County Courts in Northern Ireland during the period April to June 2019 and commentary on trends observed for this quarter in each year from 2007.

  6. Mortgages: Actions for Possession Bulletin April to June 2019

    This bulletin provides statistics for cases received (i.e. writs and originating summonses issued), cases disposed and final orders made in respect of mortgages in the Chancery Division of the Northern Ireland High Court for the period April to June 2019 and commentary on trends observed for this quarter in each year from 2007.

  7. High Court Bulletin April to June 2019

    This bulletin provides information on throughput at the High Court in Northern Ireland during the period April to June 2019 and commentary on trends observed for this quarter in each year from 2007.

  8. Economic Statistics Transformation Programme: enhanced financial accounts (UK flow of funds)-historic households and non-profit institutions serving households (NPISH) sectors data on loans and equity and investments

    Historical time series for the assets and liabilities of households and NPISH loans and equity and investments and the resolution of issues and difficulties faced in restoring these historical estimates.

  9. Quarterly Direct Payment Statistics for Northern Ireland (June 2019)

    Presents quarterly information collected from health and social care (HSC) trusts on the number of and the amount paid by direct payments.

  10. Prison population figures: 2019

    Latest prison population figures for 2019.

  11. Unclaimed estates list

    A list of unclaimed estates held by the Treasury Solicitor.

  12. Weekly all-cause mortality surveillance: 2018 to 2019

    How the actual number and type of death registrations in England and Wales compare to predictions for each week.

  13. Weekly national flu reports: 2018 to 2019 season

    National influenza reports, tracking seasonal flu and other seasonal respiratory illnesses in the UK.

  14. Children in out-of-work benefit households: 31 May 2017

    The number of children who lived in households where a parent or guardian claimed an out-of-work benefit at 31 May 2017.

  15. great.gov.uk performance dashboard

    Department for International Trade (DIT) statistics showing performance indicators for digital services on great.gov.uk.

  16. Farming statistics - provisional arable crop areas as at 1 June 2019, England

    Results for arable crop areas from the June surveys of agriculture and horticulture.

  17. DCMS Sectors Economic Estimates 2017: Trade

    Official Statistics used to provide an estimate of the contribution of DCMS Sectors to the UK economy, measured by imports and exports of services and goods.

  18. Direct access audiology waiting times for June 2019

    Monthly collection of data covering those patients on a Direct Access audiology pathway.

  19. Road goods vehicles travelling to Europe: July 2018 to June 2019

    Number of powered vehicles and unaccompanied trailers carried on each route to Europe for July 2018 to June 2019.

  20. Statistical Bulletin: Cases Involving Hate Crime 2018/19

    The bulletin includes statistics on PPS caseloads, prosecutorial decisions and outcomes at court both in cases involving hate crime and cases considered to be ‘aggravated by hostility’.