176 statistical bulletins
Live births by sex, ethnicity and month. Maternities by place of birth and with multiple births. Stillbirths by age of parents and quarter.
Keywords: multiple,maternities,ethnicity,birth weight,still births
Live births by age of mother and father, type of registration, median interval between births, number of previous live-born children and National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SEC).
Keywords: sole and joint registration, male age specific fertility rates, first live births, occupation, marriage
Live births, stillbirths, and the intensity of childbearing measured by the total fertility rate.
Keywords: childbirth, stillbirth, live, maternity, fertility,childbirth,stillbirth,live,maternity,fertility
Home births and multiple births in England broken down by mothers' age group.
Keywords: month, quarter, multiple, maternities, place
Change in the number of UK businesses broken down by sector of the economy.
Keywords: businesses, births, deaths, survival
Spending and numbers employed on research and development in the UK broken down by product sector, and civil and defence businesses.
Keywords: R&D, intramural, expenditure, employment, region
Investment trends by businesses, contains capital expenditure estimates at current prices, constant prices and seasonally adjusted.
Keywords: GFCF, Assets, gross fixed capital formation, dwellings, buildings
The release describes the usually resident population of England and Wales by age, sex, number of households and population density on census night.
Keywords: 2011 Census,population,estimates,short-term,residents,household
The release describes the usually resident population of Wales by age, sex, number of households and population density on census night.
Keywords: 2011 Census, population estimates, usual residents, short-term residents, household estimates
2011 Census: Number of people with second addresses in local authorities in England and Wales, March 2011 (Latest release)We take a look at the number of usual residents in England and Wales who reported having a second address outside of the local authority in which they were usually resident.
Keywords: 2011 Census,population,estimates,usual,residents