9 publications that are related to Public spending , sorted by release date
UK government debt and deficit: September 2022 (Latest release)Quarterly estimates of UK government debt and deficit.
Allweddeiriau: EDP, maastricht, expenditure, taxes, surplus
Working flexibly in the public sector (Latest release)Using survey data, the article explores different flexible working patterns in the public sector in the UK. It also explains reasons why people choose to work part-time.
Allweddeiriau: working patterns, flexible, part-time, public-sector
What are the vacancy trends in the public sector? (Latest release)Exploring the trends in vacancy rates for different services across the public sector.
Allweddeiriau: staff numbers, unfilled positions, social care, NHS, teachers
Is staff retention an issue in the public sector? (Latest release)Exploring the rate of retention in public sector occupations, including teaching, social work and nursing, using the Annual Population Survey.
Who works in the public sector? (Latest release)Using the Annual Population Survey to explore the demographics of the people who work in the public sector.
Allweddeiriau: employment, skill, gender, ethnicity, disability
Activities, spending and productivity in the Fire and Rescue Services since 2009 (Latest release)How the Fire and Rescue Services (FRSs) have changed since 2009 and whether there is evidence of productivity improvement.
EU Government Deficit and Debt Return including Maastricht Supplementary Data Tables: Quarter 3 (July to Sep) 2015 (Latest release)The full set of UK government finance statistics supplied under the Maastricht Treaty, including details of the components of government debt and deficit and supplemantary data.
Allweddeiriau: EDP,consolidate,government spending,government income,excessive deficit procedure,spending,deficit,procedure
How does the UK contribute to the EU budget? (Latest release)
Allweddeiriau: Business, industry and trade, Economy, Europe,
Spending on public services in the UK (Latest release)
Allweddeiriau: Economy, UK perspectives