The aggregate SPPI rose 0.6% in the year to quarter 1 (Jan to Mar) of 2015, compared with a rise of 0.4% in the year to quarter 4 (Oct to Dec) of 2014.
In 2013 Westminster had the highest disposable income per head, where the average person had £43,577 available to save or spend. Leicester had the lowest, with the average person having £11,739.
Public Sector Net Borrowing excluding public sector banks (PSNB ex) was £6.8 billion in April 2015. This is £2.5 billion lower than in April 2014.
Jan to Mar 2015, 86% of adults (44.7 million) in the UK had used the internet in the last 3 months and 11% of adults (5.9 million) had never used the internet.
QALI continued to grow strongly in 2014, this was driven solely by growth in hours. Labour quality fell marginally, this was the first annual decrease since comparable QALI estimates began in 1994.
The quantity bought in the retail industry in April 2015 increased by 4.7% compared with April 2014 and by 1.2% compared with March 2015.