Tag Archives: ONS

UK — The Effects of Taxes and Benefits on Household Income, Financial Year Ending 2014

The Effects of Taxes and Benefits on Household Income, Financial Year Ending 2014 Source: Office for National Statistics Main points Before taxes and benefits the richest fifth of households had an average income of £80,800 in 2013/14, 15 times greater than the poorest fifth who had an average income of £5,500. Overall, taxes and benefits […]

House Price Statistics for Small Areas in England and Wales, 1995 to 2014

House Price Statistics for Small Areas in England and Wales, 1995 to 2014 Source: Office for National Statistics Main findings In 2014, the local authority with the largest median house price was Kensington and Chelsea at £1,195,000. In 2014, the local authority with the smallest median house price was Blaenau Gwent at £75,000. The local […]

2011 Census Analysis: Ethnicity and Religion of the Non-UK Born Population in England and Wales

2011 Census Analysis: Ethnicity and Religion of the Non-UK Born Population in England and Wales Source: Office for National Statistics Main points The 2011 Census showed that almost half (46%, 3.4 million) of the foreign-born population identified with a White ethnic group, a third identified as Asian/Asian British (33%, 2.4 million) and 13% (992,000) identified […]

UK — Travel Trends, 2014

Travel Trends, 2014 Source: Office for National Statistics Main findings Trends in visits to the UK by overseas residents There was an increase in the number of visits to the UK by overseas residents for the fourth consecutive year in 2014, and the highest number of visits since the IPS began in 1961. It also […]

Persistent Poverty in the UK and EU, 2008-2013

Persistent Poverty in the UK and EU, 2008-2013</strong> Source: Office for National Statistics Main points This article provides analysis on people in persistent poverty and their associated characteristics. It shows that: In 2013, 7.8% of the UK population were considered to be in persistent income poverty, equivalent to around 4.6 million people. Persistent poverty is […]

Avoidable Mortality in England and Wales, 2013

Avoidable Mortality in England and Wales, 2013 Source: Office for National Statistics Main points In 2013, approximately 23% (114,740 out of 506,790) of all deaths registered in England and Wales were from causes considered avoidable through good quality healthcare or wider public health interventions. In England and Wales, the majority (at least 60%) of potentially […]

UK — Short-Term International Migration Annual Report – Year Ending Mid-2013 Estimates

Short-Term International Migration Annual Report – Year Ending Mid-2013 Estimates Source: Office for National Statistics Main points Short-term immigration of 3 to 12 months to England and Wales in the year ending June 2013 was 230,000. Of these visits, 80,000 were for “other reasons” such as holidays and visiting family. There were also 69,000 visits […]