13 statistical bulletins
The Scottish natural capital Ecosystem Service Accounts, highlighting the value and benefits of Scotland's natural assets. These are Experimental Statistics.
Keywords: pollution removal, renewable energy, oil, gas, habitat, sustainability, environment
The second quarterly estimate of GDP based on additional data but produced later than the preliminary estimate, providing a more precise indication of economic growth.
Keywords: gross domestic product, uk economic activity, national accounts, uk economy
Quarterly estimates monitoring the changes in prices charged for services provided to UK-based customers for a range of industries.
Keywords: SPPI, services producer price indices, services prices, service sector
Annual statistics on the value of turnover from services provided by the UK service economy.
Keywords: ASGS, industries, services, turnover, off-diagonal
Experimental statistics on sexual orientation in the UK in 2018 by region, sex, age, marital status, ethnicity and socio-economic classification.
Keywords: gay, lesbian, bisexual, straight, LGB
A summary of the latest official short-term international migration statistics for England and Wales for the year ending June 2018 published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Keywords: migrants, immigration, emigration, immigrants, EU
Small area model-based households in poverty estimates, England and Wales: financial year ending 2014 (Latest release)Small area model-based households in poverty estimates covering middle layer super output areas (MSOAs) in England and Wales.
Keywords: deprivation, inequality, local, middle super output areas
How the UK is faring in four domains of social capital: personal relationships, social network support, civic engagement, and trust and cooperative norms.
Keywords: community, neighbourhoods
Avoidable mortality in England, using measures of multiple deprivation to measure socioeconomic inequalities.
Keywords: socio-economic, avoidable deaths, inequality, preventable mortality, treatable mortality
Avoidable mortality in Wales, using measures of multiple deprivation to measure socioeconomic inequalities.
Keywords: Avoidable, , socioeconomic, , deprivation, , socio-economic, avoidable deaths, inequality, preventable mortality, treatable mortality