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ONS 12h
Replying to @michael_wheller
The UKSA COP explains stats should be consistent & comparable inc international comparisons where possible. The UN’s principles of official stats explain comparability is an important dimension of quality. international comparability improves the publication.
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ONS 14h
Replying to @covartist
Hi, thanks for your interest in the census. Details regarding our plans for the Cornish community in 2021 can be found here: ^Sarah"
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ONS 15h
Today we have published the results of the 2021 Census outputs consultation. Our blog post explains more
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Elizabeth McLaren 15h
Last year there were 1,003 babies named Holly, 398 named Nicholas, 166 named Angel and 120 named Noel in England and Wales. All of these names become more popular in the festive season!
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Craig McLaren 19h
In the "highly commended" stats category was Retail sales data from . With "82%: the percentage of all GB retail shopping that is still in-store rather than online (Comparing “bricks and mortar” store sales with online retail sales: August 2018, ).
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Jonathan Athow 19h
It is time for statistics of the year. Some truly fascinating insights here - and well done to my colleagues for two 'highly commended' stats on 'shrinkflation' and online retail sales.
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Rich Pereira 18h
People aged 50 to 64 with a long-term health problem are less likely to be working
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ONS 18h
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Being a carer does not increase part-time working for men or women aged 52 to 64 significantly
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ONS 18h
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People aged 52 to 64 who are carers are less likely to be in employment (62%) than those who are not carers (72%)
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ONS 18h
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Over a third of people aged 50 to 64 who would like to work, are out-of-work because they are sick or disabled
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ONS 18h
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Average age of leaving work has not been keeping pace with increases in life expectancy
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ONS 18h
Today we've published the second article in our living longer series, which looks at the barriers to working at older ages. Read the full report:
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ONS Dec 17
Today we announced our decision on the treatment of student tuition fee and maintenance loans in the government’s accounts. Here David Bailey explains the ONS decision and why it matters
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Elizabeth McLaren Dec 17
Did you know that there is an average of 1,427 live births on 25 December in England and Wales? Boxing Day is the least popular day to give birth followed by Christmas Day
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ONS Dec 17
Accounting for student loans: How we are improving the recording of student loans in government accounts
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ONS Dec 17
Latest analysis of results on Education and Housing published, fieldwork carried out by ONS for
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Becky Tinsley Dec 14
Replying to @becky_tinsley
Want to see your area's median net household income in England and Wales for tax year ending 2016? Take a look at our new Experimental Statistics on 'Admin-based income statistics'
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ONS Dec 14
Replying to @ONS
We’re making it easy to fill in the census online on all devices, including mobiles and tablets. There will be plenty of support for this, online, over the phone and face-to-face. Paper questionnaires will also be available, so no-one is missed out
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ONS Dec 14
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The next census is in 2021 and will be ‘Digital First’. We have a proven track record of protecting data, built over decades of delivering the census as well as the UK’s biggest regular household surveys. Further info
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ONS Dec 14
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The 2021 Census will inform the number of school places, local hospital beds, social care provision and much more. Further info
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