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Teetotalism, drinking in the week before interview, frequent drinking and units drunk, including changes in drinking patterns in recent years.
Keywords: alcohol, teetotal
Cigarette smoking among adults including the proportion of people who smoke, their demographic breakdowns, changes over time, and e-cigarettes.
Keywords: omnibus, general household survey, general lifestyle survey, opinions and lifestyle survey, vaping
Deaths in the UK which are known to be direct consequences of alcohol misuse.
Keywords: drinking, mortality, alcoholism, by sex, by age, by region
Size and growth within the UK non-financial sectors as measured by the Annual Business Survey.
Keywords: turnover, purchases, construction, production, services,turnover,purchases,construction,production,services
Annual Business Survey, UK non-financial business economy: 2016 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
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, UK: 2016 provisional and 2015 revised results (Latest release)Membership and contributions to workplace pension arrangements for UK employees by type, age, industry, public and private sector, occupation and size of company.
Keywords: ashe, occupational, scheme membership, defined benefit, employer contribution rates
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
Statistics on avoidable mortality in England and Wales for 2015. Data are based on a revised definition of avoidable mortality (introduced in data year 2014) for all persons and a separate indicator of avoidable mortality in 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
Most popular first names for baby boys and girls using birth registration data.