19 statistical bulletins
The Business Register and Employment Survey (BRES) is the official source of employee and employment estimates by detailed geography and industry. Figures are presented mainly for regions, although some detail for local authority districts is also provided.
Keywords: region, employment, employees, BRES,
Estimates of employment, unemployment and economic inactivity for the UK.
Keywords: jobs, unemployment, inactivity, activity, work, UK labour market
Detailed product by industry proportion estimates using the results from the Annual Purchases Survey 2018.
Keywords: SIC 2007, CPA, products, annual purchases, intermediate consumption
Graduated life tables which give statistics on national life expectancy for England and Wales. Published once every ten years.
Keywords: life expectancy, probability of death, persons surviving, deaths, ageing, decennial life tables
Estimates of environmental protection expenditure by UK general government and industries for 2017.
Keywords: climate change, waste, pollution, sustainability, SDG, EPE
Annual mid-year population estimates for people aged 90 years and over by sex and single year of age (90 to 104) and 105 years and over, and comparisons between UK countries.
Keywords: Ageing, older people, population, centenarians, very old
The UK's report to the European Commission under the Maastricht Treaty showing the actual and planned deficit (net borrowing) and gross debt (all financial liabilities) of central and local government.
Keywords: debt, EDP, deficit, maastricht
EU Government Deficit and Debt Return including Maastricht Supplementary Data Tables: Quarter 3 (July to Sep) 2015 (Latest release)The full set of UK government finance statistics supplied under the Maastricht Treaty, including details of the components of government debt and deficit and supplemantary data.
Keywords: EDP,consolidate,government spending,government income,excessive deficit procedure,spending,deficit,procedure
Excess winter mortality in England and Wales: 2017 to 2018 (provisional) and 2016 to 2017 (final) (Latest release)More people die in the winter than the summer. We present data by sex, age, region and cause of death.
Keywords: ewm, excess winter deaths, increased winter mortality, increased winter deaths, seasonal mortality