9 statistical bulletins
Teetotalism, drinking in the week before interview, frequent drinking and units drunk, including changes in drinking patterns in recent years.
Keywords: alcohol, teetotal, units drunk
Cigarette smoking among adults including the proportion of people who smoke including demographic breakdowns, changes over time, and e-cigarettes.
Keywords: omnibus, general household survey, general lifestyle survey, opinions and lifestyle survey
Deaths caused by diseases known to be related to alcohol consumption, such as cirrhosis of the liver.
Keywords: drinking, mortality, alcoholism, by sex, by age, by region
Annual Business Survey, UK non-financial business economy: 2015 provisional results (Latest release)Size and growth within the UK non-financial sectors as measured by the Annual Business Survey.
Keywords: turnover, purchases, services, agva, manufacturing
National population estimates broken down into small geographical areas (super output areas, health geographies, wards, parliamentary constituencies and national parks).
Keywords: 13currsape, SAPE, SOA, Health, 01curr
Data on levels, distribution and make-up of earnings and hours worked for UK employees by sex and full-time or part-time status in all industries and occupations.
Keywords: earnings, ashe, gender pay gap, median gross weekly, hourly earnings, annual earnings
Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings Pension Tables: 2015 Provisional and 2014 Revised Results (Latest release)Membership and contributions to workplace pension arrangements for UK employees by type, age, industry, public/private sector, occupation and size of company.
Keywords: ashe, occupational, scheme membership, defined benefit, employer contribution rates
Average weekly earnings, bonus payments in Great Britain: financial year ending 2016 (Latest release)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.
Data on avoidable mortality in England and Wales for 2014. Data are based on a revised definition of avoidable mortality for all persons and a new avoidable mortality definition for children and young people. These definitions were developed following a public consultation in 2015.
Keywords: deaths amenable to healthcare, preventable conditions, leading causes of death, heart disease, cancer