429 statistical bulletins
Business dynamism in the UK economy: Quarter 1 (Jan to Mar) 1999 to Quarter 4 (Oct to Dec) 2019 (Latest release)Experimental Statistics on business dynamism at a firm level using the Inter-Departmental Business Register (IDBR). The analysis includes changes in quarterly job creation and destruction rates by different firm characteristics since 1999 to 2019 for the UK.
Allweddeiriau: employment, productivity, new jobs, job losses, new businesses
Spending and numbers employed on research and development by businesses in the UK, including data on sources of funds and regional spread.
Allweddeiriau: R&D, intramural, region, BERD, science and technology
The impact of challenges facing the economy and other events on UK businesses. Based on responses from the voluntary fortnightly business survey (BICS) to deliver real-time information to help assess issues affecting UK businesses and economy, including financial performance, workforce, trade, and business resilience.
Allweddeiriau: Recruitment, supply, demand, concerns, employees
This page is no longer updated. The bulletin has been renamed and is now published on the Business insights and impact on the UK economy page (see link in Notices), which contains analysis from Wave 18 onwards. All future BICS statistical bulletins will be made available there. The statistical bulletins on this page mainly reflect unweighted responses from the voluntary fortnightly business survey, which captures businesses’ responses on how their turnover, workforce prices, trade and business resilience have been affected in two-week reference periods, from Wave 2 up to Wave 17.
Allweddeiriau: corona virus, COVID 19, COVID19, COVID-19, BICS, furlough, business survival, cash reserves, homeworking
Estimates of short-term indicators of investment in non-financial assets; business investment and asset and sector breakdowns of total gross fixed capital formation.
Allweddeiriau: GFCF, buildings, transport equipment, machinery, intellectual property
The release describes the usually resident population of England and Wales by age, sex, number of households and population density on census night.
Allweddeiriau: 2011 Census,population,estimates,short-term,residents,household
The release describes the usually resident population of Wales by age, sex, number of households and population density on census night.
Allweddeiriau: 2011 Census, population estimates, usual residents, short-term residents, household estimates
2011 Census: Number of people with second addresses in local authorities in England and Wales, March 2011 (Latest release)We take a look at the number of usual residents in England and Wales who reported having a second address outside of the local authority in which they were usually resident.
Allweddeiriau: 2011 Census,population,estimates,usual,residents
2011 Census: Population and Household Estimates for Small Areas in England and Wales, March 2011 (Latest release)This is the first release of small area statistics from the 2011 Census, with extra information to supplement the results published on 16 July 2012.
Allweddeiriau: 2011 Census, population estimates, usual residents, household estimates, Census
The first release of figures that describe the population of Wales and add detail to the 2011 Census population estimates published in July 2012.
Allweddeiriau: 2011 Census,religion,tenure,population,estimates,usual,residents,household,passports,ethnic,group,qualifications,students,Welsh,language,health,care,car,availability,birth,country