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Estimates of unity, equality and kindness
Estimates of unity, equality and kindness in Britain before and after the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, with breakdowns of unity by social groups, countries and regions of Great Britain, personal well-being, and perceptions of society.
Distributional consequences of equivalising household income accounting for social transfers in kind
Reference tables to accompany Understanding how accounting for differences in need for public services impacts income inequality statistics (Experimental), covering the period 2014 to 2015 and 2018 to 2019. Equivalisation is the process of adjusting income statistics to account for the fact that households of different compositions will require different incomes to have the same standard of living.
Percentage of those aged 70 and over in England receiving some kind of help completing certain activities
ESA:SA:GG:Uses:D.63:Scoial transfers in kind
1712730000: Paper & Paperboard of a kind used for Writing, Printing
CG: Social Transfers in Kind (D.63): CP SA
GG: D.631 Social Transfers in Kind Production (SA)
GG: GG: D63: Social transfers in kind: CP NSA
Jobs with pay below the national minimum wage, excluding payments in kind.
GG: Social assistance benefits in kind: D.632: CP NSA