How and why the population is changing is a crucial part of the ONS’s work since it helps to inform decisions that affect people’s lives in the UK. Here Liz McKeown explains why understanding the structure of the population, although always vital, is particularly important right now.Read more on Understanding our changing population: statistics that count
Fresh analysis by the Office for National Statistics shows that these two key sectors employ around three-quarters of a million non-British workers, with the majority of those coming from the European Union. Providing a better understanding of the migrant workforce is one of the ways we’re mobilising the power of data to help Britain make better decisions. Here Jay Lindop discusses this latest work and the ongoing transformation of UK population and migration statistics.Read more on Understanding the contribution of migrants to the UK’s tourism and health sectors
Today we’ve released our latest overall assessment of international migration to and from the UK. While net migration continues to add to the population of the UK, as Jay Lindop explains there are different patterns for EU and non-EU migration.Read more on Different patterns for EU and non-EU migration
Today we’ve released our latest overall assessment of international migration to and from the UK. Fewer EU citizens are arriving but, as Jay Lindop explains, non-EU net migration is at the highest level since 2004.Read more on Migration continues to add to the UK population
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.