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  • An International Perspective on the UK - Gross Domestic Product 24-Apr-2014
    Recent movements in UK economic statistics in an international context. This note is part of a new series of quarterly publications each with a different focus, which aim to support the understanding of the UK economy by drawing international comparisons. These articles use a wide range of data, including information produced by other organisations on an internationally comparable basis.
  • Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending December 2013 24-Apr-2014
    Crime statistics from the Crime Survey for England and Wales and police recorded crime.
  • International Compendium: Economy Theme 24-Apr-2014
    The International Compendium consists of three themes
  • International Compendium: Labour Market Theme 24-Apr-2014
    The International Compendium consists of three themes
  • International Compendium: Population Theme 24-Apr-2014
    The International Compendium consists of three themes
  • Public Sector Finances, March 2014 23-Apr-2014
    The PSF Statistical Bulletin, is published jointly by ONS and HM Treasury on a monthly basis, and provides the latest available measures for key public sector financial statistics such as Public Sector Current Budget (PSCB), Net Borrowing (PSNB), Net Debt (PSND) and PSND as a percentage of GDP. These key indicators are provided on two bases. One set includes the temporary effects of financial interventions made in response to the financial crisis that began in 2007, such as the establishment of public ownership/control of several major banking groups. An alternative set of indicators, the so-called ‘ex-measures’, excludes the temporary effects of financial interventions.

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