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Estimates of the Very Old (including centenarians)
Department: Office for National Statistics
Estimates of those aged 90 and over (including centenarians) by gender, single year of age (90-104) and by age groups (90-99), 100+ and 105+ for the UK, England and Wales (as a whole), Scotland and Northern Ireland.
European Standard Population
Department: Office for National Statistics
The European Standard Population is an artificial population structure, first introduced in 1976, which is used in the weighting of mortality or incidence data to produce age-standardised rates (ASRs). At the end of 2012, Eurostat, the statistical institute of the European Union, decided to bring this structure up to date. The change to the methods of calculating ASRs will have a significant effect on a variety of figures published as official statistics in the UK.
Excess Winter Mortality in England and Wales
Department: Office for National Statistics
A measure of the increase in winter mortality, provided on an annual basis, in the form of the excess winter mortality figure.
Expenditure on Healthcare in the UK
Department: Office for National Statistics
This release provides estimates of healthcare expenditure in the UK to the definitions contained in the System of Health Accounts (SHA, OECD 2000)
Explaining economic statistics
Department: Office for National Statistics
A collection of economic short stories and graphics
Explanations beyond exchange rates
Department: Office for National Statistics
Economic theory suggests that a country's trade balance should increase following a depreciation of its currency, due to the effect on the relative price of its exports and imports. This article examines the reaction of the UK trade balance since the substantial depreciation of sterling between Q3 2007 and Q1 2009, and explores the reasons why trends in UK trade may not have developed as would be expected given the sustained depreciation of sterling.
Families and Households
Department: Office for National Statistics
Presents estimates of families by type, including married and cohabiting couple families and lone parents. Tables on household size and household types are also provided.
Family Resources Survey - Technical Report
Department: Office for National Statistics
Technical aspects of the Family Resources Survey including the background and history of the survey, the sample design, survey procedures and data delivery.
Family Spending
Department: Office for National Statistics
Figures showing average weekly expenditure on goods and services for UK households, compiled from the 2012 Living Costs and Food Survey.
Family size
Department: Office for National Statistics
Families in the UK by the number of dependent children they have, with focus on those with three or more children, examining trends over time and where such families live.