The number of EU nationals living in the UK has fallen for the first time since official data recording started 15 years ago, new statistics show.
Office for National Statistics
Immigration to the UK from the European Union has fallen to the lowest level in five years.
Unemployment in Scotland has dropped to its lowest level of 3.2% after five consecutive months of record-low figures.
Men living in the poorest parts of England are 4.5 times more likely to die from an avoidable cause than those in the richest areas, new figures suggest.
Knife crime reached a record level last year in England and Wales, while there was the highest number of homicides for more than a decade, official figures show.
There were 732 homicides in England and Wales last year – the highest number in a decade, official figures show.
Record numbers of people are in work after a big increase in full-time jobs and self-employment over the past year, new figures reveal.
Natural resources in Scotland have been valued at one-third of the UK’s total by a groundbreaking new study.
Record numbers of people are in work, while the UK’s jobless rate has fallen below 4% for the first time since 1975, new figures show.
The nation’s love of cake has put baking trays into Britain’s inflation basket as the success of the Great British Bake Off boosts sales of the kitchen equipment.
Net migration from outside the EU has hit the highest level in nearly 15 years, as a post-Brexit plunge in arrivals from the bloc continued, new figures reveal.