ONS releases - Retail Sales in Great Britain, Personal well-being in the UK, Overseas travel and tourism, What is the value of our environment? And your views on the future of infant mortality statistics needed
The 3 months to March shows a decrease of 1.4%; the third consecutive decrease for the underlying 3 month on 3 month pattern.
Looking at the quarterly movement, the 3 months to March 2017 (Quarter 1) is the first quarterly decline since 2013 (Quarter 4).
In March 2017, the quantity bought in the retail industry is estimated to have increased by 1.7% compared with March 2016 and decreased by 1.8% compared with February 2017; decreases are seen across the four main store types.
ONS publishes annual infant mortality statistics for England and Wales in a number of key outputs. We're conducting a review of these outputs to ensure they are coherent and continue to meet user requirements. We're proposing to streamline the number of key outputs and would really value your thoughts in our consultation. Consultation closes 29 June.
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