Measure classes offences by severity of harm caused to individuals or society
People in Kensington and Chelsea live significantly longer than those in Glasgow or Liverpool
Capital spending by firms rose 0.9 per cent in the three months to September
Children whose parents don’t marry have less protection than those who do. Felicity Hannah sheds light on a little known financial prejudice
Output per hour worked is finally back up to level of the final quarter of 2007, when the UK was on the verge of a deep recession
Office of National Statistics' view contrasts starkly with Bank of England and the OECD, who have both slashed forecasts.
The average bonus for UK employees was around £1,600, workers in the financial and insurance industry were awarded sums averaging £13,400
Retail sales fell by 0.2 per cent in August, following an upwardly revised 1.9 per cent rise in July
There are 20,000 fewer young people not in education, employment or training
Retail sales rose 1.4 per cent, more than reversing the 0.9 per cent decline in June
A sharper than expected fall in retail sales volumes in the month leading up to the Brexit vote is a “taste of weakness to come”, economists have warned.
Deloitte faces inquiry over Serco tags scandal; Bohoo celebrates global growth; WHSmith travel business boosts sales
Discrepancy between official figures and NI numbers had been called a 'con' on British public - but after a months-long investigation, Office for National Statistics says it is nothing of the sort
The UK's manufacturing output is still a shocking 8 per cent below its 2008 peak
The gap between exports and imports in the first quarter of 2016 was £13.3bn - the biggest quarterly gap registered since 2008.
Public sector borrowing in 2015-16 was £1.8bn more than the Chancellor's official forecaster predicted only last month.