Figures released today show that the UK economy was still in recession in the third quarter of 2009.
At 9.30 am on Wednesday all eyes in the City will be pinned to their screens as the ONS releases its latest estimate of the GDP in the third quarter of 2009.
The gap in pay between men and women has narrowed, according to the latest data from the ONS, no matter how you measure it.
In her first public utterance since her appointment, National Statistician Jil Matheson (pictured) has said that she thinks the ONS website is "rubbish" - adding hastily that th
Had you flicked through last week's papers, you would be forgiven for thinking that Britain's population is certain to hit 70 million within 25 years.
The recession deepened in the first quarter of 2009, as the UK's GDP fell by 1.9 per cent, compared with 1.6 per cent the previous quarter. The increased rate of decline in output was due to weaker services and production output, latest figures from ONS show.
The jobless total has risen above two million for the first time since 1997, as the recession takes a hold.
THE bid to stregthen the UK's creaking system to measuring migration needs stronger management, says the Statistics Authority in a new report.