Claimant Count (November 2020) updated on the 16th of December. All affected reports were updated by the 22nd of December.
Indicators from the ASCOF – Adult Social Care Framework Outcomes – were published for the first time in December. This dataset includes 107 indicators measuring how well care and support services achieve the outcomes that matter most to people. These outcomes are used both locally and nationally to set priorities for care and support, measure progress and strengthen transparency and accountability.
Population Projections (up till 2043) were updated with delay on the 23rd of November. Related reports were updated on the 24th of December. This dataset has now extended coverage reporting projections every year from 2020 to 2043, replacing previous quinquennial projections.
Crime data (Monthly – Oct 2020 – and 12 Monthly update – Nov 19 – Oct 20) updated on the 27th of November. All affected reports were updated on the 30th of November.
Economy & Employment
Claimant Count (October 2020) updated on the 10th of November. All affected reports were updated by the 19th of November.
ASHE – Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings – Indicators (2019) were updated on the 16th of November. This dataset includes information on weekly and annual pay for full and part-time workers. Disaggregation available by gender.
Business Register and Employment Survey (BRES) indicators were updated on the 16th of November. These indicators provide counts and rates on the type of employment by industry type.
Business Demographics (2019) were updated on the 26th of November. This includes data relative to birth and death of new enterprises, total count of active enterprises and survival rate within the last 5 years.
All Economy & Employment Reports were published on the 17th of November.
Several indicators from the Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF) dataset have been updated on the 19th of November.
Please, find below an extract of the indicators included in this update:
Violent crime – violence offences per 1,000 population
Under 75 mortality rate from liver disease/respiratory disease/cancer/cardiovascular disease/
Infant mortality rate
Deaths from drug misuse
HIV late diagnosis
Excessive winter deaths index
Population vaccination coverage
Net Housing Additions (2019) were updated on the 30th of November.
Crime data (May) updated 1 July. All affected reports updated by 6 July.
Children & Education
The following education data was updated in July and relative reports updated by the 29th of July:
2018/19 Key stage 2
2018/19 Key Stage 4
2018/19 Key Stage 5
2018/19 Special Educational Needs (SEN)
2018/19 Free School Meals (FSM)
2018/19 Pupils Characteristics
Economy & Employment
Claimant Count (June) updated during July.
April 2019 to March 2020 Annual Population Survey (APS) updated during July. Reports updated by the 22nd of July.
A detailed breakdown of statistics included within the APS is listed below:
Disability (Equality Act) core level by economic activity
Economic activity of those with health conditions or illnesses lasting more than 12 months
Economic activity rate
Ethnic group by economic activity
Full-time and part-time employment
Hours worked weekly
Industry of employment (SIC 2007)
Nationality by white/ethnic minority
Occupation (SOC2010) major group of employment
Public and private sector employment
Self-employed, employees and non-permanent employment
White/ethnic minority by age
Estimates of unemployment (model-based)
HMRC and DWP’s previous statistics relative to children in low income families have been replaced and deprecated to provide a more coherent picture of this category for both Relative and Absolute Low Income.
Latest data for Children in Low Income Families Data has been updated on the 21st of July, from financial year 2014/15 to 2018/19.
If you are signed in to ArcGIS Online (i.e. you sign in via the Data Catalog app or the Data Explorer app is launched with a ?token=xxxxxx argument) you will see a View ArcGIS Online Item button displayed under the Data, Map, Time Series or Ranked Bar Chart tabs.
When clicked, the button takes you to the item in ArcGIS Online that contains the data for indicator you are viewing in the data explorer.
This button has been added in order to make it easy to obtain the endpoint of the ArcGIS feature layer containing an indicator from an InstantAtlas data catalog. There are a number of scenarios in which it might be useful to have the endpoint, one being that it enables the use of the data held in the data catalog in other third party systems, such as Microsoft Power BI for example.
Update to sharing/token behaviour
The Data Explorer has been updated so that when it is run in authorised mode (i.e. not shared with everyone) it will pass the token down to all of the feature services it uses. Furthermore, a public-shared Data Explorer will detect whether it needs a sign in for specific feature layers. If the data for the indicator searched for is stored in a feature layer that is protected, the user will be asked to sign in to ArcGIS Online in order to view the indicator in question.
March data available in system from 1 May and all affected reports updated.
Claimant count data updated on day of publication 19 May. Reports followed with all affected reports updated by 25 May.
Provisional Population Estimates for large areas for 2019 were released on 6 May. Generally we avoid provisional data to avoid changing numbers. This was an unusual step on behalf of ONS as part of measures to support the COVID-19 response. We made the data available on the 13 May and updated the affected reports by 15 May. The metadata denoted the provisional nature of the figures. ONS released the final version of the figures on 24 June. The only change from the provisional data was additional data for Northern Ireland so the English National Data Service data was unaffected beyond an update to the metadata.