The Office of National Statistics data shows that the amount of adults self-isolating has rapidly come down.
21 economies have recently expanded whilst also cutting their emissions.
Trust in politicians rises and falls. Trust in newspapers sadly stays the same.
It’s about what they contribute – and take from – the public finances.
The number of Acts passed under both is practically the same.
Although that’s 15.2 million people in total, a fifth of whom have come the UK.
Inactivity rates amongst women have declined markedly over the past two decades. They’ve risen slightly amongst men.
Economic inactivity rates have declined in recent years – particularly among those who might otherwise have retired early.
Jobseeker numbers have been rising fastest in areas built on oil and gas. Steel areas could be next.
Despite what the Chancellor would have you believe, it didn’t really raise an extra £8 billion in its first year.
And how it compares to all his previous Budgets and Autumn Statements.
The most recent former Prime Minister to have done likewise was James Callaghan in 1983. Heath spent 27 years in the Commons after departing Number 10.
The number of public sector jobs as a percentage of all jobs has declined everywhere. But it’s not the only metric we should look at.
Life expectancy numbers differ between poor and rich neighbourhoods. So too does the expectancy of a life lived free from disability.
They’re the areas with the lowest life expectancy in England and Wales. Kensington & Chelsea and Camden have the highest.