Around 1.3 million vulnerable people are yet to take up the offer of a Covid-19 jab, according to new estimates.
Office for National Statistics
UK trade with the EU bounced back in February after it had seen a record slump following its exit from the trading bloc.
The UK economy rebounded slightly in February amid the third lockdown but was still almost 8% lower than before the pandemic, according to official figures.
More people than ever were regular internet users in 2020, new figures show.
Only about 58% of part-time UK employees have a workplace pension, figures show.
Almost one in seven people who test positive for Covid-19 are still suffering symptoms three months later, according to new UK figures.
The UK economy suffered a steeper contraction during the first coronavirus lockdown but bounced back more strongly than previously thought at the end of 2020, according to official figures.
More than 150,000 people in the UK have had Covid-19 recorded on their death certificate, new figures show.
Weekly registered deaths involving coronavirus in England and Wales have fallen below 1,000, and to the lowest level since October, figures show.
A coronavirus infection survey assessing levels of the virus in the population is to continue for another year, officials have confirmed.
Retail sales volumes recovered slightly in February but not enough to offset heavy falls a month earlier, new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has suggested.
Homes in England cost nearly eight times the average wage typically, while those in Wales equate to nearly six times average earnings.
The UK’s rate of inflation unexpectedly eased last month amid falls in the prices of clothes, second-hand cars and toys, according to new official data.
A large proportion of dementia deaths in England and Wales may be due to socioeconomic deprivation, a new study has suggested.
Scotland’s employment rate has fallen slightly, down to just over 74%.
Britain’s jobless rate has fallen for the first time since the pandemic struck, despite the latest lockdown shutting large parts of the economy, according to official figures.
The UK ended 2020 with one of the highest levels of excess mortality for people aged under 65 among countries in Europe, new figures show.
White chocolate bars are out and hand sanitiser, home workout gear and WiFi lightbulbs are in as the UK’s inflation basket was updated on Monday.
Exports of UK goods to the European Union dropped by more than two-fifths in January as the Brexit transition period came to an end.
The UK economy shrank again in January as the latest round of national lockdowns and restrictions over the Covid-19 pandemic took hold.
More than half of women have said their well-being was negatively affected by home-schooling during the current lockdown, figures show.
More than one in four university students have said they feel lonely often or always, a report suggests.
The UK’s statistics body said it has identified an error in the retail price index (RPI), which is used to calculate Government bond payments and changes in train ticket prices.
More than four in 10 over-80s who received a coronavirus vaccine during the current lockdown appear to have since broken the rules by meeting up with someone indoors, figures suggest.
The regional divide in the proportion of one-person households across the UK is growing larger, new figures suggest.
More than half of people aged 80 and over in private households in England now have Covid-19 antibodies, new figures suggest.
School staff are not at a higher risk of Covid-19 infection than other working-age adults in their local communities, new figures suggest.
The employment rate in Scotland fell slightly in the last quarter, according to latest figures.
Outdoor family reunions could be allowed within weeks while care home residents will be able to hold hands with a loved one again under the Government’s road map for easing coronavirus restrictions.
Care home residents will be allowed to hold hands with a loved one again from March 8 under the Government’s roadmap for easing coronavirus restrictions.