Events affecting the UK population and people including conceptions and fertility rates, maternities, live births and stillbirths, marriages, divorces, civil partnerships, cohabitation, family composition, life expectancies and deaths. Life event statistics tell us about the size and condition of the population.
Visits and visitors to the UK, the reasons for visiting and the amount of money they spent here. Also UK residents travelling abroad, their reasons for travel and the amount of money they spent. The statistics on UK residents travelling abroad are an informal indicator of living standards.
Size, age, sex and geographic distribution of the UK population, and changes in the UK population and the factors driving these changes. These statistics have a wide range of uses. Central government, local government and the health sector use them for planning, resource allocation and managing the economy. They are also used by people such as market researchers and academics.
Societal and personal well-being in the UK looking beyond what we produce, to areas such as health, relationships, education and skills, what we do, where we live, our finances and the environment. This data comes from a variety of sources and much of the analysis is new.