With growing concerns about the mortality outcomes for different ethnic groups during the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers worked quickly to understand…Read more on How ethnicity recording differs across health data sources and the impact on analysis
To mark the end of 2022, the National Statistician Professor Sir Ian Diamond, looks back on another year of notable statistics which saw the release of over 1,000 publications from the Office for National Statistics.Read more on The Year in Numbers
It has been another momentous year for the Office for National Statistics. National Statistician, Sir Ian Diamond, joins Miles in…Read more on PODCAST: The Year in Review
The ONS, the University of Oxford and the UK Health Security Agency are conducting a pilot study to determine whether…Read more on The Bigger Picture: Using the COVID-19 Infection Survey to track other infections
Tomorrow (3 December) is the UN International Day for Persons with Disabilities. With the most recent estimates from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) putting the proportion of disabled people in the UK at 22% in 2021 (up from 19% a decade ago), this is a sizeable and very diverse group. Here, Helen Colvin and Josephine Foubert from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) look at some of the work we have been doing recently to give insight into the lives of disabled children and adults.Read more on What have we learned about the experience of disabled people?