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  • Census suggests 1.1 million households in England and Wales were overcrowded 17-Apr-2014
    Occupancy ratings by household type in England and Wales, 2011 Census analysis. An occupancy rating shows whether a household is overcrowded or under-occupied. The analysis revealed that out of 23.4 million households, 1.1 million (4.5%) were overcrowded and that overcrowding was most likely to occur in socially rented (8.7%) and privately rented households (8.6%), compared to owner occupied (2.3%). However, most households (16.1 million) were under-occupied and 6.2 million had bedrooms at par with the standard. Owner occupied households were most likely to be under-occupied (82.7%), compared with privately rented (49.5%) and socially rented households (39.4%).
  • Overcrowding & under-occupation in England and Wales 2011, infographic 17-Apr-2014
    An infographic showing the household occupancy rating overview for England and Wales in 2011.
  • Teenage conception rates highest in the most deprived areas 17-Apr-2014
    Teenage conception rates are an important social and health measure for local councils and decision makers. Historically, areas with high teenage conception rates have also had relatively high deprivation measures such as unemployment and child poverty. ONS has used a wide range of official statistics to help people explore the teenage conception rates and measures of deprivation in their area.

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  • Maastricht Supplementary Data Tables, Q4 2013 22-Apr-2014
    The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is required to provide the European statistical agency (Eurostat) with detailed statistical information on government finance statistics, with particular focus on debt and deficit. This document describes the contents of the government finance statistics tables supplied to Eurostat, and is intended as a guide to users of the data.
  • Overcrowding and Under-occupation in England and Wales 17-Apr-2014
    Occupancy ratings by household type in England and Wales, 2011 Census analysis. An occupancy rating shows whether a household is overcrowded or under-occupied. The analysis revealed that out of 23.4 million households, 1.1 million (4.5%) were overcrowded and that overcrowding was most likely to occur in socially rented (8.7%) and privately rented households (8.6%), compared to owner occupied (2.3%). However, most households (16.1 million) were under-occupied and 6.2 million had bedrooms at par with the standard. Owner occupied households were most likely to be under-occupied (82.7%), compared with privately rented (49.5%) and socially rented households (39.4%).
  • Life Expectancy at Birth and at Age 65 by Local Areas in the United Kingdom, 2006-08 to 2010-12 16-Apr-2014
    2010-12 male and female period life expectancy at birth and at age 65 for the UK and local areas within the four constituent countries.
  • Reconciliation of Estimates of Jobs, April 2014 16-Apr-2014
    This report compares the latest Workforce Jobs (WFJ) estimates with the equivalent estimates of jobs from the Labour Force Survey (LFS). This is produced every quarter, when the latest WFJ estimates are released.
  • Regional Labour Market Statistics, April 2014 16-Apr-2014
    Employment, unemployment, inactivity, jobs and the Claimant Count for regions, local authorities and parliamentary constituencies.
  • Single Month Labour Force Survey Estimates, April 2014 (Not Designated as National Statistics) 16-Apr-2014
    These single month LFS analyses have been produced as a tool to assist in understanding the movements in the published three month average LFS estimates. These estimates are not designated as National Statistics.

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  • ESA Table 11 Annual Expenditure Local Government, March 2014 22-Apr-2014
    ESA Table 11 reports on annual UK Government Expenditure by Function. Three tables are produced: Central Government only, Local Government only, and General Government as a whole i.e. consolidated for central and local government. The data are broken down by function using the Classification Of Functions Of Government (COFOG). This classification system was developed by the OECD and adopted as standard in National Accounts.
  • ESA Table 11 Annual Expenditure of Central Government, March 2014 22-Apr-2014
    ESA Table 11 reports on annual UK Government Expenditure by Function. Three tables are produced: Central Government only, Local Government only, and General Government as a whole i.e. consolidated for central and local government. The data are broken down by function using the Classification Of Functions Of Government (COFOG). This classification system was developed by the OECD and adopted as standard in National Accounts.
  • ESA Table 11 Annual Expenditure of General Government, March 2014 22-Apr-2014
    ESA Table 11 reports on annual UK Government Expenditure by Function. Three tables are produced: Central Government only, Local Government only, and General Government as a whole i.e. consolidated for central and local government. The data are broken down by function using the Classification Of Functions Of Government (COFOG). This classification system was developed by the OECD and adopted as standard in National Accounts.
  • ESA Table 25 Quarterly Non-Financial Accounts of General Government, Q4 2013 22-Apr-2014
    European System of Accounts table 25 is a complete set of quarterly non-financial accounts of the general government sector compiled according to ESA95. Table 2501 provides a breakdown of general government expenditure (both current and capital) and Table 2502 provides a smiliar breakdown of general government revenue. Table 2502 also shows the general government net borrowing (B.9) which is the difference between total revenue and total expenditure. The quarterly data in these tables are consistent with the annual general government data in ESA table 2.

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