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Annual UK estimates of the number of children living in households where all adults have not worked for at least 12 months.
Keywords: disability, qualifications, unemployed, longterm, employment
Annual statistics on formations and dissolutions of civil partnerships analysed by the sex, age, and previous marital status of the couples and the place of registration.
Keywords: marriage, divorce, same-sex, dissolution, formation
Employment statistics for the Civil Service population, providing regional analyses, diversity and earnings data.
Keywords: public sector, government employees, civil servants, full time, part time
Childbearing by the year of birth of mothers including trends in average family size, the age at which women give birth, and childlessness.
Keywords: childlessness, births, average number of children, live births, family size
Annual statistics on conceptions to residents of England and Wales, with numbers and rates by age group including women aged under 18 years.
Keywords: maternity, pregnancy, teenage, abortion
Short-term measures of output by the construction industry and contracts awarded for new construction work in Great Britain.
Keywords: infrastructure, public housing, private housing, non–housing, repairs and maintenance
A summary of the Construction output Price indices (OPI's) in the UK for Quarter 1 (January to March) 2020.
Keywords: OPI, infastructure, housing, new work, repair and maintenence
Price indices, percentage changes and weights for the different measures of consumer price inflation.
Keywords: Economy, Indices, Retail, CPIH, CPI
Household final consumption expenditure (HHFCE) for the UK, as a measure of economic growth. Includes all spending on goods and services by members of UK households.
Keywords: household spending, personal expenditure, spending per head, classification of individual consumption by purpose, COICOP
A measure of material welfare of households of the 28 member states of the European Union using actual individual consumption per capita and gross domestic product per capita.
Keywords: comparison, EU, Eurostat, GDP, International Comparison, European