On 21 and 22 February, around 200 delegates gathered in Newport – the home of UK economic statistics – for the inaugural international ONS conference on measuring the modern economy.Read more on Conference report: riding the wave of change
With the next census coming in 2021, Becky Tinsley looks at what the future holds for the nation’s longest-running and largest survey.Read more on It’s the Census… but not as we know it
There are few topics more debated and discussed than migration. Emma Rourke explains how ONS is addressing some big questions about a big issue.Read more on Migration: the ins and outs of the outs and ins.
In February we marked Children’s Mental Health Week – a week dedicated to equipping children with the tools to maintain good…Read more on Mental Health – how are children and young people affected?
ONS statistics are relied on by central and local government, businesses and individuals to make important decisions and plan for the future. To make sure they remain accurate and relevant, we need to gather timely and detailed information that captures the whole economy and the fortunes of businesses large and small. Now we want to give businesses more of a say in how our systems are designed.Read more on Helping businesses to help ONS – making data submission easier and faster