What do people get paid? The latest salary survey results

How does a nurse differ from a company director? The latest Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings results from the ONS give us a picture of wages across Britain. Find out how you do• Get the 2012 results• Get the data• Interactive guide – saerch for your jobThe latest annual survey of hours and earnings […]
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The Ed Miliband clap-o-meter: how the Labour party leader’s conference speech went down

Ed Miliband has just delivered his speech at the Labour party conference in Manchester but how well did it go down and how much applause did he receive? Find out with our clap-o-meter• See the clap-o-meter• Get the data• More data journalism and data visualisations from the GuardianEd Miliband has delivered his keynote speech to […]
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Insulated homes – how many have been treated in Britain?

Of the 23.4m homes in Britain with a loft, 65% now have loft insulation. How many homes have been treated and how has the government scheme affected the numbers being insulated?• Get the data• More data journalism and data visualisations from the GuardianThe number of homes being insulated in Britain has risen according to the […]
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UK bonuses up by 3% but down in the City: get the data for every industry

Total bonus payments in the financial and insurance sector fell by 9% in 2011/12, but payments across the whole economy rose to £37 billion• Get the data• More data journalism and data visualisations from the GuardianCity bonuses fell by 9% in the last financial year, with total incentive pay in the UK’s financial and insurance […]
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Flood defence spending: predicted funding that hasn’t materialised

We use environment agency plans from 2010 to identify the schemes that did not receive funds in 2011 and 2012 • Get the dataFlood defence project spending was cut by over a quarter, but what effect has this had throughout the country? The environment agency publish data on flood prevention projects. But unfortunately for people […]
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University applications: how do they compare to the same time last year?

The total applications to UK universities is down by 7.7% on last year. See how this decline is affecting universities, particulalry the institutions with higher tuition fees and a lower position in performance league tables • Get the dataThe University and Colleges Admissions Service (Ucas) release details on university applicants throughout the year. It’s not […]
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Scotland’s minimum alcohol price: what effect will it have?

the Scottish government is going to limit alcohol prices to a 50p per unit minimum. See the list of drinks and changes• Get the data• Data journalism and data visualisations from the GuardianScotland has set its minimum alcohol price at 50p per unit in a bid to cut deaths from alcohol abuse. It will be […]
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Repossessions by local authority – visualised and listed

The number of repossessions has remained steady in the first quarter of 2012. These are the latest figures for each court and local authority in England and Wales• Get the data• Interactive mapRepossessions across England and Wales have remained steady according to latest figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).During the first three months […]
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Water leakages: which company is the worst?

3.36bn litres of water a day are currently being leaked by our water companies. See how yours is tackling this issue • Get the data• More data journalism and data visualisations from the GuardianOver three billion litres of water leaks from our water companies every day according to data obtained by the Guardian showing that […]
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London’s claimant count: get the data by local authority

The UK unemployment rate is at its highest level since 1995 but what do we know about London and unemployment? Find the claimant numbers by local authority• Get the data• Interactive mapYou might have a reasonable idea of the state of UK unemployment but how about London? One in ten of the capital’s economically active […]
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