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ONS: UK unemployment lowest since 1975

In the three months to October 2019, the unemployment rate in the UK fell to its lowest recorded level since January 1975 according to figures from the Office for National Statistics.

Growth of UK economy at slowest rate for almost seven years, according to ONS figures

Official figures published by the Office for National Statistics show that the UK economy grew at its slowest annual rate for almost seven years during October.

Total household financial debt rises by £12 billion

According to a study from the Office for National Statistics, total household financial debt rose by 11 per cent between April 2016 and March 2018 compared to the previous two years.

ONS: Disabled workers paid 12.2% less

According to figures published by the Office for National Statistics, disabled workers are paid 12.2 per cent less than their non-disabled colleagues on average.

FuseMetrix’s approach to productivity reflected in Government press release

Productivity can be famously hard to measure, but the ONS recorded the April to June quarter as producing the fastest falling figures for five years. Measured by output per hour these numbers are always relatively crude, but the two quarters prior to this one had also seen zero growth.

Falling energy prices sees slowdown in UK inflation

UK inflation increased at its slowest rate in almost three years in October after the energy regulator lowered price caps, according to the Office for National Statistics.

Official statistics show third quarter slowdown in wage growth

UK wage growth slowed in the three months to September according to official figures from the Office for National Statistics.

Surprise rise in unemployment suggests jobs market slowdown

The UK jobs market has showed signs of slowing after the rate of unemployment suddenly went up in the June to August period.

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