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A list of unclaimed estates held by the Treasury Solicitor.
Annual statistics on the value of turnover from services provided by the UK service economy.
Series of weekly average wholesale market prices of selected home grown horticultural produce.
Average weekly wholesale prices of bananas by country of origin
This page lists links to ad hoc statistical analyses on Economic Estimates that have not been included in our standard publications.
A list of additional ad-hoc analyses not included in any of our standard publications.
Time series and cumulative statistics on the CJRS.
The number of individuals claiming the SEISS grant up to 31 July 2020 by age, gender, industry sector and geography.
The Order creates a code of law governing the care, protection and upbringing of children and the provision of services to them and their families.
Indicators from the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey covering the period 12 August to 16 August 2020 to understand the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on people, households and communities in Great Britain.
Results include estimates for England and initial results for Wales.
Provisional death registration data for England and Wales, broken down by sex, age, and country of usual residence.
This series looks at monthly property transactions completed in the UK with value of £40,000 or above.
These experimental statistics show the number of daily visits to DCMS sponsored museums and galleries.
Monthly statistics on duty receipts and clearances for cigarettes and other tobacco products.
Latest prison population figures for 2020.
A first estimate of retail sales in volume and value terms, seasonally and non-seasonally adjusted.
The public sector finances statistical bulletin.
Summary of HM Revenue and Customs tax receipts, National Insurance contributions (NICs), tax credit expenditure and Child Benefit for the UK.
How the actual number and type of death registrations in England and Wales compare to predictions for each week.
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