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United Kingdom's principal government institution in charge of statistics and census data

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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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Most popular baby names in England and Wales revealed [Video]

Most popular baby names in England and Wales revealed

Oliver remained the most popular name for boys in England and Wales for theseventh year in a row in 2019, while Olivia topped the girls’ list for thefourth year in succession, according to the Office..

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Covid-19 not ‘death knell’ for high street [Video]

Covid-19 not ‘death knell’ for high street

Former Sainsbury’s CEO Justin King says the Covid-19 pandemic is not the “death knell for clothing on the high street” following the latest retail sales statistics from the Office for National..

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UK nosedives into biggest recession on record [Video]

UK nosedives into biggest recession on record

Britain has officially entered into the largest recession on record afterfigures showed the pandemic sent the economy plunging by 20.4% between Apriland June. The Office for National Statistics (ONS)..

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Chancellor confirms 'hard times are here' as UK plunges into economic recession [Video]

Chancellor confirms 'hard times are here' as UK plunges into economic recession

Chancellor Rishi Sunak said that the ONS figures confirm that "hard times arehere" as Britain officially entered into the largest recession on record. Thefigures showed the coronavirus pandemic sent..

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Minister reacts to latest ONS employment figures [Video]

Minister reacts to latest ONS employment figures

Reacting to the ONS employment figures, health minister Edward Argar said the Government always knew coronavirus would have an "economic impact". Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at..

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UK job losses hit decade-high [Video]

UK job losses hit decade-high

The number of people in work in Britain fell by 220,000 in the three months to June, the most since 2009, as the global health crisis hammered the number of self-employed, Office for National..

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ONS analysis shows how widespread Covid-19 was in UK [Video]

ONS analysis shows how widespread Covid-19 was in UK

Analysis of excess mortality data in the UK and Europe suggests that the Covid-19 outbreak was more widespread in the UK than other countries in Europe, which saw more localised outbreaks. Report by..

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Knife crime soars to record in England and Wales but homicides fall

Knife 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.
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