9 statistical bulletins
The second quarterly estimate of GDP based on additional data but produced later than the preliminary estimate, providing a more precise indication of economic growth.
Keywords: gross domestic product, uk economic activity, national accounts, uk economy
Experimental Official Statistics on sexual identity in the UK in 2015 by region, sex, age, marital status, ethnicity and NS-SEC.
Keywords: gay, lesbian, bisexual, straight, LGB
Visits to and from the UK lasting less than 1 year analysed by the main reason for visiting, age, sex, citizenship and country of residence.
Small area model-based households in poverty estimates, England and Wales: financial year ending 2014 (Latest release)Small area model-based households in poverty estimates covering middle layer super output areas (MSOAs) in England and Wales.
Keywords: deprivation, inequality, local, middle super output areas
Small area model-based income estimates, England and Wales: financial year ending 2014 (Latest release)Small area model-based income estimates covering middle layer super output areas (MSOAs) in England and Wales.
Keywords: deprivation, earnings, local, MSOA, middle super output areas
National population estimates broken down into small geographical areas (super output areas, health geographies, wards, parliamentary constituencies and national parks).
Sub-National Tourism: A spatial classification of areas in England and Wales to show the importance of tourism, at county and unitary authority level, 2011 to 2013 (Latest release)Estimates of the economic value of tourism within UK regions, sub-regions and local areas.
Keywords: Regional Tourism, Local Tourism, TIU, TSA, Tourism Satellite Account
Subnational population projections provide an indication of the future size and age structure of the population in the regions, local authorities and Clinical Commissioning Groups of England.
Keywords: population forecast, future population, 2012SNPP, SNPP
Registered deaths in the UK from suicide analysed by sex, age, area of usual residence of the deceased and suicide method.
Keywords: self-harm, narrative, conclusions, deaths, mortality