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Rich Pereira 2h
have released an update about the methodology for the next set of household projections for England – find out more here:
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ONS 2h
Replying to @Grace_Lockerbie
Hi Grace, sorry to hear our Public Enquiry Team weren't helpful. I have passed your comments onto the relevant team. Thanks ^Olivia
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ONS 7h
£17 billion net disinvestment by long-term insurance companies in quarter 1 2018, largest since the start of this series in 1963
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ONS 7h
£1 billion net investment by insurance companies, pension funds and trusts in quarter 1 2018; compared with five-year quarterly average of £9 billion
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ONS 7h
£1,781.4 billion public sector net debt (excluding public sector banks) at end-May 2018, equivalent to 85% of GDP. Since May 2017 this is up £44.7 billion, but down 0.4 percentage points as a ratio of GDP
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ONS 7h
Public sector net borrowing (excluding public sector banks) decreased by £2 billion to £5 billion in May 2018, compared with May 2017; this is the lowest May net borrowing since 2005
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ONS 8h
Replying to @Grace_Lockerbie
Hi Grace, please contact our Public Enquiry Team and they will be able to assist you further in cancelling these appointments. Their contact details are: 08002985313 or by email: public.enquiry.line@ons.gsi.gov.uk. Thanks ^Olivia
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ONS Jun 20
Published today: first 2017-18 results from the National Survey for Wales, carried out by for
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ONS Jun 20
We publish widely used estimates of household income, including how much people earn, what benefits they receive and how much they pay in taxes. Dominic Webber writes about the important work to improve the quality of these statistics
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ONS Jun 20
Replying to @MarkWroxham
Hi Mark, please open the link below. To access the map scroll down to Figure 3- Median Price paid for all dwellings by lower layer super output areas. Thanks ^Olivia
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ONS Jun 20
ONS produces two different house price measures – here’s what you need to know about the differences between our House Price Index and House Price Statistics for Small Areas
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ONS Jun 20
How much did properties sell for in your neighbourhood? Find out with our interactive map
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ONS Jun 20
Post tax income inequality, as measured by the Gini coefficient, rose slightly in 2016/17 from 35.4 to 36.4, though was still lower than a decade ago
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ONS Jun 20
Original income of the richest fifth of households was 12 times greater than the poorest fifth in 2016/17 but taxes and benefits reduced this ratio to less than 4 to 1
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ONS Jun 20
The richest fifth of households paid nearly three times as much in indirect taxes as the poorest fifth (£10,300 and £4,000 per year) in 2016/17 but the poorest fifth paid the most as a share of disposable income (29.7%)
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ONS Jun 19
Replying to @thelampcompany
Hi, please contact our Business Data Division who will be able to help and will also advise regarding GDPR regulations. Their contact email address is - .team@ons.gsi.gov.uk Thanks ^Katie
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ONS Jun 19
Replying to @StrongerInNos
Hi, thanks for your feedback, I'll pass your comments on to the team. Thanks ^Olivia
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ONS Jun 19
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Almost a third of construction workers from the EU come from Bulgaria or Romania
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Elizabeth McLaren Jun 19
Wales had highest proportion (71.9%) of deaths registered within 5 days while East of England had lowest proportion (51.9%) in 2016
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Elizabeth McLaren Jun 19
The timeliness of death registration decreased in England & Wales between 2011 and 2016. Find out more
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