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The Office for National Statistics is the executive office of the UK Statistics Authority, a non-ministerial department which reports directly to the UK Parliament.
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Number of domestic abuse-related crimes in England and Wales rose by 6%, figures showFigures have revealed the number of domestic abuse-related crimes in England and Wales rose by 6% in the year ending March 2021, according to the ONS.
COVID death risk 32 times higher for the unvaccinated, figures suggestUnvaccinated people are 32 times more likely to die from coronavirus than those who have been doubled-jabbed, according to the figures from the Office for National Statistics.
Data on recycling and energy use gives glimpse of UK households' attitudes to climate changePublic concern about climate change has increased in the last decade with around three-quarters of people now saying they are worried about the future of the planet, according to the Office for..
How dirty is the air in your area? Find out how much carbon dioxide is emitted where you liveUK carbon emissions fell by 36% between 2005 and 2019 - but the picture varies depending on where you live, according to the latest data released by the Office for National Statistics.
Most popular baby names of 2020 revealedThe most popular baby names in England and Wales in 2020 have been revealed by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Eight million Britons unable to buy essential food items in last fortnight, ONS survey suggestsAround one in six adults in Britain have been unable to buy essential food items in the last fortnight, representing up to eight million people - new figures indicate.
Largest monthly increase in long COVID as more than a million people report having itMore than one million people living in the UK are experiencing the after-effects of COVID-19 following infection, according to the Office for National Statistics.
England and Wales records more than 70,000 excess deaths in private homes since start of COVID-19 pandemicNew figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have revealed the number of people dying in their homes has risen dramatically over the last 18 months.
Inflation sees sharpest increase on record - ONSInflation rose to 3.2% last month from 2% in July - its largest ever recorded increase - the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.
Vacancies are at a record high: Which sectors have the biggest gaps to fill?Job vacancies have surged over the summer to an all-time high of over one million - and all industry sectors saw an increase, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Number of employees on UK payrolls returns to pre-pandemic levels - ONSThe number of employees on UK payrolls recovered to pre-pandemic levels last month, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.
COVID vaccine hesitancy among younger people decreases, ONS figures showHesitancy among younger age groups to receive a COVID-19 vaccine has fallen, according to new figures.
COVID infection rates fall in all home nations apart from Northern Ireland, says ONS studyCoronavirus infection rates have fallen in all home nations apart from Northern Ireland, according to the latest estimates.
Increase in people with COVID antibodies is slowing down, ONS data showsThe increase in the number of adults in the UK who are likely to have COVID-19 antibodies is beginning to show signs of slowing down.
Weekly COVID deaths climb to three-month high in England and WalesCoronavirus deaths have climbed to the highest level in three months in England and Wales, latest data from the Office for National Statistics shows.
Weekly COVID deaths in England and Wales highest since April, says ONSEngland and Wales have recorded the highest number of weekly coronavirus-related deaths since April, according to latest data.
GDP grew 0.8% in May but remains 3.1% below pre-pandemic peakThe economy grew by 0.8% in May but remains 3.1% below its pre-pandemic peak, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Wales sees zero weekly deaths from coronavirus for first time since pandemic beganWales has reported a week with zero deaths from COVID-19 for the first time since the pandemic began, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has said.
Why the UK is still some way short of herd immunity despite impressive vaccine rolloutIt's antibodies that protect us from COVID-19 and the latest data from the Office for National Statistics seem to offer some hope.
Around 8 in 10 UK adults have COVID antibodies, ONS saysAround eight in 10 adults in most parts of the UK have COVID-19 antibodies, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
76.5% increase in COVID cases in England in a week, ONS estimates showAround one in 640 people in private households in England had COVID-19 in the week to 29 May - up from one in 1,120 in the previous week, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Number of people with coronavirus in England continue to fall, ONS saysAbout one in 1,340 people in England had coronavirus in the week ending 9 May, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Who's getting jabbed among the over-50s? Here are the latest COVID vaccine statsNew figures from the Office for National Statistics have revealed the take-up of first dose COVID jabs among over-50s in England.
Period of 'excess death' from COVID's second wave has come to an end - ONS figuresThe period of "excess death" which has characterised the second wave of COVID-19 has now come to an end, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
COVID infection rate in England at lowest level since SeptemberThe prevalence of coronavirus in England has fallen again - to the lowest level since late September, according to the Office for National Statistics.
No evidence of difference between school staff testing positive for COVID antibodies and wider working-age populationThere is no evidence of a difference between school staff testing positive for coronavirus antibodies and the wider working-age population, according to the Office for National Statistics.
COVID-19 infection rates drop again across the UK, according to ONS dataCoronavirus infection rates in the community have continued to fall further across the UK, according to the latest figures.
Number of weekly deaths in England and Wales drops by nearly 2,000 - ONSThe number of people dying weekly in England and Wales has dropped by almost 2,000, provisional figures from the Office for National Statistics show.
England and Wales record second highest weekly COVID deaths since pandemic beganThere were 8,433 deaths linked to coronavirus in the final full week of January, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
15.3% of England's population estimated to have had COVID by mid-JanuaryAbout one in seven people in private households in England had contracted coronavirus by mid-January, according to Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimates.
COVID hospital admissions and UK variant cases remain high despite decline - ONSAdmissions of COVID-19 patients to hospital and cases of the coronavirus variant discovered in the UK both appear to be on the decline, figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show.
UK coronavirus deaths pass 100,000, latest figures suggestCoronavirus deaths in the UK are now expected to have surpassed 100,000, after the release of figures from the Office for National Statistics.
England's COVID infection rate decreases slightly but remains high - ONSThe percentage of people testing positive for COVID-19 in England has decreased slightly but remains high, according to latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
England coronavirus infections rise to 1 in 50 peopleThe number of people with coronavirus in England rose to around 1 in 50 during the week to 2 January, according to latest Office for National Statistics estimates.
UK records around 64,500 excess deaths during pandemic, ONS official saysAbout 64,500 more people than usual have died in the United Kingdom during this year's coronavirus pandemic, an expert from the Office for National Statistics said on Tuesday.
Undiagnosed COVID-19 could mean English toll is higher than thought: ONSAn increase in the number of deaths in England and Wales in recent months that have not been linked to COVID-19 could indicate that undiagnosed cases are killing more people than previously thought,..
Indians emerge as fastest growing nationality for UK student visa applicationsThe UK's Office for National Statistics (ONS) found that over 37,500 Indian students received a Tier 4 (Study) visa in 2019, which marks a 93 per cent increase from the previous year and the largest..
Net migration to UK falls to lowest level in almost six years: ONSNet migration to Britain fell to its lowest level in nearly six years during the year to June, driven by a fall in the number of European Union citizens moving to the country for work ahead of Brexit,..
Knife crime soars to record in England and Wales but homicides fallKnife crime rose 8% to a record in England and Wales last year, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Thursday, as major cities like London try to tackle a surge in stabbings.