This infographic map shows how UK trading compares between the EU and non-EU. As a whole, the EU is the UK’s major trading partner, as in 2015 it accounted for 44% of our exports and 53% of our imports of goods and services – with our largest trading partner being […]
The map below shows the top 10 Eurosceptic and Europhile areas of Britain. With the date set for the European Union referendum on 23rd June this year, we thought it would be interesting to see which areas of Britain are most for and against staying in the EU. New YouGov […]
“British full-time employees have the biggest gap in EU between average collectively agreed hours and actual time spent working”. President of the UK Faculty of Public Health, Prof John Ashton has stated that “The UK needs a four-day working week to combat stress”. Denis Campbell has also contributed to the […]
Christmas can be an expensive time of year for consumers and a vital one for many retail businesses. But how expensive is it, and how does that vary between countries? This would be a very challenging thing to measure accurately, but the Christmas Spending Survey from Deloitte gives us an […]
Economic Growth Danger Zones highlighted by Youth Unemployment Figures (Source – ONS).
This infographic illustrates how parental spending is steadily on the increase. The infographic shows geographically the concentration of that spend and also how that spend is broken down.
The results of the 2011 Census continue to be published, giving more insights into contemporary British life. Some of these insights are of general, academic interest, but other data has immediate practical value for many businesses and non-commercial organisation. Recently-released 2011 Census data on social grade in England & Wales […]