HIV in Scotland: update to 31 December 2019

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Civil Justice Statistics in Scotland 2018-19

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Civil Justice Statistics in Scotland 2018-19

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Life Tables for Scotland 2016-2018

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Gross Domestic Product on statistics.gov.scot

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College Statistics Report 2016-17

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Scottish Official Statistics

Ed Humpherson attended the Scottish Official Statistics Conference on 6 October 2016, where he spoke about the value of official statistics and the deep commitment which lies at the heart of the Authority’s regulatory work.

The speech focused on whether official statistics can continue to be relevant in a changing world.  With threats to the value of statistics – coming from the misuse of statistics, obsolescence, and poor quality – can official statistics thrive, or are we victims of the art of the lie?