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Public Sector Finances Analytical tables (PSAT) showing borrowing transactions by sub-sector are available from 1946 and net cash requirement components by sub-sector.
Information and analysis on a recently introduced approach to address survey undercoverage of top incomes in Effects of Taxes and Benefits data.
The economic review compendium is published quarterly.
A tracking survey that monitors changes in consumer awareness of the FSA and food related issues and attitudes, including food hygiene when eating out.
Weekly prices of unleaded petrol and diesel.
The number of deaths registered in a week in England and Wales.
An updated interactive tool to help users compare official statistics on homelessness and rough sleeping across the UK.
An interactive tool that brings together all Official housing statistics produced by government bodies to enable users to explore and understand the landscape of UK housing and planning statistics.
Timely release of new, faster, indicators of economic activity constructed from novel data sources.
Statistics used to provide an estimate of the contribution of DCMS Sectors to the UK economy, measured by the number of businesses.
This official statistics release presents a range of analysis on the Higher Level Apprenticeship programme in Northern Ireland.
Number of deaths registered in a calendar month, by area of usual residence.
Presents the statistics that are currently available to describe the experiences of people of different religious identities in England and Wales.
Statistics for passengers on international short sea (ferry) routes and passengers on major domestic sea crossings.
Provides experimental statistics on households and individuals on Universal Credit in Northern Ireland.
Provides an up to date overview and history of the main benefits administered by the Department for Communities (DfC).
Provides experimental statistics on households that have their Housing Benefit or Universal Credit claim capped through the Benefit Cap in Northern Ireland.
This report presents findings for Northern Ireland from the 2019 Anholt Ipsos Nation Brands Index.
Estimated number of eligible recipients, and triggers for Cold Weather Payments made in Great Britain between 1 November 2019 and 21 February 2020.
The weekly shipping indicators dataset associated with the Faster indicators of UK economic activity research output.
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