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Office of National Statistics

A division of the UK government which produces independent information to improve the understanding of the UK's economy and society, and provides reliable and impartial statistics for planning proper allocation of resources, policy-making and decision-making to ensure a fair society. ONS is responsible for key statistics, including the census and population and demography data.
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Sources: Office for National Statistics, Department for Work and Pensions Data from the Office for National Statistics illustrates the extent of the ageing population in the UK (2017)
The Office for National Statistics said that retailers' internet sales helped to boost overall sales and provided a much greater proportion of business in December than they were expecting.
A further 1m people aged over 60 who live alone were also in fuel poverty in England in 2007, meaning they had to spend more than 10% of their income on heating, the Office for National Statistics said.
5 million since November 1994, according to the Office for National Statistics.
The Office for National Statistics said the likely increase in public-sector net debt represented 6.
PEOPLE living in four Liverpool wards are among the 10 least healthy in the country, according to the Office for National Statistics.
London -- Figures released in mid-February, 2007, by Britain's Office for National Statistics show that marriage rates have fallen to their lowest level in over a century, with a ten percent drop in 2005 alone.
An online 'personal inflation calculator' has been unveiled by the Office for National Statistics in the UK, to illustrate how a person's inflation experience differs from the national average.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) unveiled the initiative to offer households the chance to tot up the rise in their cost of living against the national rate.
Figures published today by the Office for National Statistics show employment in Wales is up 22,000 over the last year and up 23,000 over the last quarter.
A total of 152,015 cars were produced in January 2002 compared with 128,921 in January 2001, the Office for National Statistics said.
I've been chosen to take part in a random study by the Office for National Statistics.

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