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Further Parental Characteristics, England and Wales
Department: Office for National Statistics
Annual data on live birth registrations. Contains age-specific fertility rates for men, the mean age of father, and paternities within/outside marriage.
GDP and the Labour Market
Department: Office for National Statistics
Comparison of developments in GDP and the labour market in the latest quarter.
General Household Survey.
Department: Office for National Statistics
An inter-departmental multi-purpose survey collecting information on a range of topics from people living in private households in Great Britain.
General Lifestyle Survey
Department: Office for National Statistics
An inter-departmental multi-purpose survey collecting information on a range of topics from people living in private households in Great Britain.
Geographic Patterns of Cancer Survival in England
Department: Office for National Statistics
One-year and five-year relative survival estimates for adult patients diagnosed with one of eight cancers in England. Results are presented by commissioning region, and TBC.
Geographic Variations in Health (DS No.16)
Department: Office for National Statistics
This volume builds on the tradition of undertaking in-depth analyses of mortality by area in decennial supplements to annual statistical publications. It covers the 1990s and, for the first time, takes a broader view of health outcomes than are reflected by mortality alone. It includes reviews of variations in congenital anomalies, cancer incidence, adult and infant mortality, births, conceptions and abortions. Data are presented for the UK and constituent countries, regions, and local areas.
Gestation-specific infant mortality in England and Wales
Department: Office for National Statistics
Live births and infant deaths by gestational age, birthweight, multiplicity, mother's age, marital status, household occupation and ethnic group.
Graduate Earnings Over the Last Decade
Department: Office for National Statistics
Earnings of graduates in the UK and the differences between graduate and non-graduate earnings and male and female earnings.
Graduates in the Labour Market
Department: Office for National Statistics
Graduate unemployment over the recent past and the wages of graduates in the UK.
Gross Domestic Expenditure on Research and Development
Department: Office for National Statistics
This release provides estimates of R&D performed and funded by the following four sectors of the economy, as defined in the Frascati manual: Business Enterprise (BERD), Higher Education (HERD), Government (GovERD) which includes Research Councils, and Private Non-Profit (PNP) organisations. All these sectors’ R&D data are known collectively as GERD, which represents the gross domestic expenditure on R&D in the UK.