Preparations are well underway for the 2021 Census with a major test exercise now being carried out. Ben Humberstone reflects on the journey to-date.Read more on A good start for the 2017 Test
We are living through the data age: from torrents of data every time we unlock our smartphones, to essential statistics…Read more on Introducing the ONS Data Journalism Intern Scheme
The new ONS Data Science Campus at Newport opened this week. Tom Smith reflects on an important day both for UK government data science and the continuing transformation of ONS.Read more on ONS campus is new resource for UK’s decision makers
Dawn Snape explains why ONS is consigning the the National Well-being ‘Wheel of Measures’ to history and moving forward with a more detailed dashboard of indicators that’s better suited to the needs of users.Read more on Reinventing the ‘Well-being’ Wheel
Evidence suggests income inequality has been flat or falling in recent years. But that’s contrary to many people’s perceptions. So what’s going on here?Read more on Inequality: are we measuring the right things?