We actually had this ready on Sunday morning – after the data was released on Friday afternoon.
We are very pleased to welcome a lot of interest emanating from Hong Kong over the last year. Its people can lay claim to one of world’s greatest postwar economic growth and freedom stories that is tragically being undone by … Continue reading
You can keep updated with what’s missing from data.police.uk on UKCrimestats.com here. Apart from Greater Manchester Police where the missing data and other failings has led to the recent sacking of the Chief Constable, there is now a growing problem … Continue reading
You wouldn’t know it from the fairly breathless media coverage on property prices – i.e. mostly going up – but property sales in total are still running at a fraction – about half – what they were about a year … Continue reading
Now working on price paid data from the Land Registry.
We have decided to give this a separate page for you to keep track of it here https://www.ukcrimestats.com/docs/missing_data.html . We have the longest history of data here – going back to December 2010 which is no longer available from data.police.uk … Continue reading
As per the latest code point open from the Ordnance Survey to August 2020. These typically become available every 3-4 months. This time we have 3,201 new postcodes, 2520 deleted ones and 910 restored or renewed. The UK’s poscodes are … Continue reading
I’m of course referring to the unusual crime and property price monthly figures we collect here at UKCrimestats over the last few months since the lockdown. As per our National Picture page, Burglary, shoplifting and vehicle crime have fallen substantially, … Continue reading
Unfortunately though, Greater Manchester Police have once again not released monthly crime data for the 13th month in a row. This means for anyone checking for crime in the area of Greater Manchester and their 270 neighbourhoods, relevant constituencies and … Continue reading
Next year, the UK will be having its every 10 years census. In America, it’s this year. We know quite a lot has changed – there are an estimated 5 million more people in the UK than in 2010 according … Continue reading