280 statistical bulletins
Annual live births by age of mother and father, type of registration, median interval between births, number of previous live-born children and National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SEC).
Keywords: male fertility rates by age, maternities, paternities, occupation, marital status
Annual statistics on live births including countries of birth for non-UK-born mothers and fathers.
Keywords: birthplace,foreign born mothers and fathers,non-uk born,live births,fertility rates
Live births, stillbirths and the intensity of childbearing, measured by the total fertility rate.
Keywords: childbirth, stillbirth, maternity, fertility, population
Home births and multiple births in England broken down by mothers' age group.
Keywords: month, quarter, multiple, maternities, place
Experimental quarterly statistics on business creations or births and closures or deaths from the Inter-Departmental Business Register (IDBR) with high-level breakdowns by industry and region.
Keywords: activations, removals, births, deaths, closures
Change in the number of UK businesses broken down by sector of the economy.
Keywords: businesses, births, deaths, activities, survivials, employer demography, region
Business dynamism in the UK economy: Quarter 1 (Jan to Mar) 1999 to Quarter 4 (Oct to Dec) 2019 (Latest release)Experimental Statistics on business dynamism at a firm level using the Inter-Departmental Business Register (IDBR). The analysis includes changes in quarterly job creation and destruction rates by different firm characteristics since 1999 to 2019 for the UK.
Keywords: employment, productivity, new jobs, job losses, new businesses
Spending and numbers employed on research and development in the UK, broken down by product sector and civil and defence work.
Keywords: R&D, intramural, region, BERD, science and technology
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic and EU transition period on UK businesses and the economy. Based on responses from the voluntary fortnightly business survey (BICS) about financial performance, workforce, prices, trade, and business resilience.
Keywords: COVID-19, Brexit, firms closing, turnover, furlough
This page is no longer updated. The bulletin has been renamed and is now published on the Business insights and impact on the UK economy page (see link in Notices), which contains analysis from Wave 18 onwards. All future BICS statistical bulletins will be made available there. The statistical bulletins on this page mainly reflect unweighted responses from the voluntary fortnightly business survey, which captures businesses’ responses on how their turnover, workforce prices, trade and business resilience have been affected in two-week reference periods, from Wave 2 up to Wave 17.
Keywords: corona virus, COVID 19, COVID19, COVID-19, BICS, furlough, business survival, cash reserves, homeworking