Knife enabled crime is a serious social issue which has devastating consequences for families and communities. Over recent years, the…Read more on Improving data collection for knife enabled crime in England and Wales
Created in April 1996, the Office for National Statistics is marking its 25th birthday this month. The anniversary comes after a year in which our statistics have featured in the media and public debate as never before. Here David Bradbury, who joined the organisation soon after its formation, explains how the foundations for our ability to deliver reliable and timely data at a time of national crisis were laid over previous decades.Read more on The ONS reaches its silver jubilee
A key question for science and health, and to successfully beat Covid-19 is; How much protection have we built against…Read more on Antibodies and Immunity – how do they relate to one another?
ONS is at the heart of the effort to ensure high quality data on the topic of COVID-19 vaccines. Our analysis is helping everyone to understand the take up and impact of the UK’s vaccine roll out. Here Esther Sutherland and Jonathan Laszlo guide you through everything you need to know about ONS’s vaccine analysis.Read more on What the ONS can tell you about the COVID-19 Vaccine programme
Since April, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection Survey (CIS) has offered weekly snapshots of the level of the SARS-CoV-2 virus circulating…Read more on Accuracy and confidence: why we trust the data from the COVID-19 infection survey.