For August to October 2014, 73.0% of people aged from 16 to 64 were in work, up by 0.2 percentage points from May to July 2014 and up by 1.1 from a year earlier.
Whole economy labour costs per hour increased by 1.3% in Q3 2014 compared with the same quarter a year earlier. Total labour costs include wages and salaries, benefits in kind and employer social contributions (pension and national insurance contributions, sickness, maternity and paternity pay).
This story analyses the characteristics of those living alone within the household population aged 16 and over, and the broader usually resident population, using data from the 2011 Census. Characteristics analysed include age and sex, housing tenure, qualifications and ethnicity. Geographical variations in those living alone are also highlighted.
CPI annual inflation – the Government’s target measure was 1.0% in November 2014, down from 1.3% in October. CPIH annual inflation - the measure of consumer price inflation including owner occupiers' housing costs (not a National Statistic), was 1.0% in November 2014, down from 1.3% in October.
In the year to November 2014 the output price index for home sales of manufactured products fell 0.1%. In the same period the total input price index fell 8.8%.
UK house prices increased by 10.4% in the year to October 2014, down from 12.1% in the year to September 2014.