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Trends in Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) crime experienced by adults and children aged 10 to 15 and Home Office police recorded crime, by offence type. Also includes trends in offender relationship of CSEW violence.
The date format for the crime data in England and Wales:
a) From 1981 to 1999, the year starts from January and ends on December (e.g Jan1984 to Dec1984)
b) From 2001 to current year, the year starts from April and ends on March of Next year (e.g April 2014 to 2017)
Notes: 1) 2005 data includes last quarter of 2004/5 data due to survey change from financial year to calendar year. 2) Results from 2006 onwards include longitudinal data. 3) All unweighted bases are rounded to the nearest 10.
1. House Price Index (HPI) by region, type of buyer (first-time buyers and former owner occupiers).
2. HPI of dwelling like Bungalow, Detached, Terraced.
3. House price inflation covers annual and mixed adjusted index
4. Mortgage advances by type of House
The mid-year estimates refer to the population on 30 June of the reference year and are produced in line with the standard UN definition for population estimates. They are the official set of population estimates for the UK and its constituent countries, the regions and counties of England, and local authorities and their equivalents. They are used by central and local government and the health sector, for planning and monitoring service delivery, resource allocation and managing the economy. They are used directly as a base for other secondary population statistics, such as population projections and weighting survey estimates such as the Labor Force Survey.
This dataset covers registration of Life Events of UK regional nationals (i) Live births (number, crude birth rate, total fertility rate (TFR), general fertility rate (GFR), standardised mean age of mother ) (ii) Deaths (numbers and rates: total, infant, neonatal)(iii) Marriages (number and rate), civil partnership formations (number and rate), divorces (number and rate), civil partnership dissolutions (number) .
Visits and visitors to the UK, the reasons for visiting and the amount of money they spent here. Also UK residents travelling abroad, their reasons for travel and the amount of money they spent. The statistics on UK residents travelling abroad are an informal indicator of living standards.