Office for National Statistics to Change Economic Measures
9 Apr
2014
Written by Sam Allcock

Office for National Statistics to Change Economic Measures »

The Office for National Statistics will change the way it measures savings and long-term economic growth in an overhaul this September. The ONS Read more…

Weak construction sector blamed for deeper recession »

In new figures being released by the ONS the recession is deeper than previously thought due to a weak construction sector. Previously it Read more…

ONS statement at odds with lack of growth rate »

In the final quarter of 2011, it appears as though there was a small percentage of growth in the portion of the economy Read more…

One-half older Britons unclear on costs of care »

Just as figures were being released by the ONS showing that Britons are living longer, Key Retirement Solutions released figures of their own Read more…

Young black men currently the highest group of unemployed »

The most recent data released by the Office for National Statistics show that the jobless rate amongst young black men is now more Read more…

ONS confirms UK economy shrank in Q4 of 2011
25 Feb
2012
Written by Sam Allcock

ONS confirms UK economy shrank in Q4 of 2011 »

Even though the holiday season saw a shopping spree and government spending accelerated in the final months of 2011, the economy still fell Read more…

Retail sales rise unexpectedly during October
22 Nov
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Retail sales rise unexpectedly during October »

Retail sales in the UK rose 0.6% during October in contrast to the previous month, according to reports issued by the Office for Read more…

Britons saving more in fear of a recession
25 Oct
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Britons saving more in fear of a recession »

The newest data released by the Office for National Statistics state that Britons are saving more as 7.4% of households report increasing their Read more…