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  • 1. Going the Final Mile -Excellence in Presentation and Dissemination Andrew Dilnot
  • 2. UK Statistic Authority’sstrategic priorities1. Quality2. Impact3. Efficiency4. Coverage5. Trustworthiness
  • 3. 2. Impact• Ensure that official statistics are well communicated and make the right impact• Re-focus the balance of statistical activity with greater emphasis on the explanation and dissemination of the information contained in statistics compared with the collection and management of official data
  • 4. Statistical communication1. Uncertainty2. Trends3. Accessibility4. International comparisons5. Context6. Attribution and causation7. Use ‘Plain English’
  • 5. 1. Uncertainty2. Trends3. Accessibility4. International comparisons5. Context6. Attribution and causation7. Use ‘Plain English’
  • 6. Alcohol-related death rates, regions of England 2011
  • 7. 1. Uncertainty2. Trends3. Accessibility4. International comparisons5. Context6. Attribution and causation7. Use ‘Plain English’
  • 8. GDP 1948-2012Index (2009=100)
  • 9. GDP 2000-2012
  • 10. GDP 2000-2012
  • 11. 1. Uncertainty2. Trends3. Accessibility4. International comparisons5. Context6. Attribution and causation7. Use ‘Plain English’
  • 12. 1. Uncertainty2. Trends3. Accessibility4. International comparisons5. Context6. Attribution and causation7. Use ‘Plain English’
  • 13. International Comparisons of Productivity GDP per hour worked, G7 countries“On this basis, UK productivity in 2011 was:• Above that of Japan• Slightly lower than that of Canada and Italy• Considerably lower than that of the remaining G7 countries.”
  • 14. 1. Uncertainty2. Trends3. Accessibility4. International comparisons5. Context6. Attribution and causation7. Use ‘Plain English’
  • 15. Skyfall breaks James Bond box-office record Sam Mendess movie takes more than £20m in the UK during its opening weekend as 007 proves more than popular then ever• Share 227••• inShare0• Email• Ben Child• The Guardian, Monday 29 October 2012 18.47 GMT• Jump to comments (16) Fifty years after his first movie appearance and in his 23rd outing, James Bond has proved to be more popular than ever, with Skyfall enjoying the highest grossing weekend of any film in the series. Sam Mendess film, which has drawn rapturous reviews from critics, took £20.1m at the UK box office – the biggest opening of the year so far and the second largest gross ever for an opening weekend, after last years final instalment of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Quantum of Solace, the previous Bond film, took an initial £14.4m. Skyfall, which stars Daniel Craig opposite Javier Bardem as the villain, Dame Judi Dench as "M" and newcomers Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes and Ben Whishaw, was also top of the box office charts in 24 overseas markets and has yet to open in the US, where it arrives on 9 November. With $77m already registered at the global box office, it is on course to easily outpace 2006s Casino Royale (with $586m) as the most successful Bond film of all time.
  • 16. UK cinema admissions
  • 17. Record current public spendingcurrent prices
  • 18. Record public spending2010-11 prices
  • 19. Record public spendingas a proportion of GDP