Nick Vaughan on how ONS plans to offer a more complete picture of UK economic performance with more regular and more timely estimates of GDP.Read more
The ONS Economic Well-being indicators are designed to show the changing economic fortunes of individuals as opposed to the that of the economy as a whole. Here, Dominic Webber and Sophie Warnes introduce the new Economic Well-being dashboard.Read more
Miles Fletcher reveals how ONS expertise helped the UK’s national news broadcasters to make their election coverage data-rich and statistically accurate.Read more
Mark Gautrey reflects on a very special field trip to Rwanda in which he helped to evaluate the country’s current progress in civil registration and vital statistics.Read more
The 2021 Census will be the UK’s first predominantly online census. For future decades ONS is exploring the possibility of a Census based on linking together administrative data supported by survey information.
Becky Tinsley on how ONS is refining its approach to gathering and using administrative data – information people have already supplied to other government bodies – to produce census-type outputs.Read more