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Annual data on alcohol consumption by adults, including changes in drinking patterns in recent years and data for those who do not drink.
Keywords: alcohol, teetotal, units, drunk, binge drinking
Cigarette smoking habits among adults in the UK, including the proportion of people who smoke, demographic breakdowns, changes over time and use of e-cigarettes.
Keywords: smokers, smoker, vaper, vape, vaping
Deaths caused by diseases known to be a direct consequence of alcohol misuse by sex, age, region and deprivation.
Keywords: drinking, mortality, alcoholism, alcohol poisoning, and “alcoholic liver disease
Deaths caused by diseases known to be a direct consequence of alcohol, by age, sex, and region.
Keywords: mortality, death, alcoholism, drunk
Annual estimates for up to 2022 and quarterly estimates for up to Quarter 2 (Apr to June) 2023. Experimental estimates.
Keywords: productivity, capital services, economy, capital inputs, contribution of labour
An estimation of the financial and social situation of usual residents in households and how this differs by age and sex, and ethnic group, Census 2021 data.
Keywords: Market Research Society, NS-SEC, NRS social grade, socio-economic classification
Attitudes towards COVID-19 among passengers arriving into the UK: October 2021 to March 2022 (Latest release)Monthly figures on the attitudes of UK and overseas residents arriving in the UK towards coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions and guidance, and the proportion who had been vaccinated, using unweighted results from the International Passenger Survey for the period covering October 2021 to March 2022 (Experimental Statistics).
Keywords: COVID-19, vaccinations, restrictions, travellers
Final estimates of average household income in the UK, with analysis of how these measures have changed over time, accounting for inflation and household composition.
Keywords: inequality, wealth inequalities, retired households, mean household income, median household income
Estimates of growth in earnings for employees before tax and other deductions from pay.
Keywords: wages, bonuses, regular pay, pay by business sector, UK labour market
Average Weekly Earnings (AWE) is the key National Statistics indicator of short-term earnings growth, which provides monthly estimates of the level of Average Weekly Earnings per employee.
Keywords: wages, income, finance