This bitesize is one of a series showing data for Oxfordshire related to the cost of living, and is focused on Pension Credit.

Pension Credit is an income-related benefit that tops up weekly income to £182.60 for a single person and to a joint £278.70 for a couple.

This bitesize is one of a series showing data for Oxfordshire related to the cost of living, and is focused on Pension Credit

It includes data on people claiming Pension Credit in Oxfordshire by Local Authority district and an estimate of those eligible but not claiming.

12 August 2022

This bitesize report highlights data on the differences in rates of smoking by deprivation, occupation, sexual orientation and mental health.

30 June 2022

This bitesize is one of a series showing data for Oxfordshire related to the cost of living, and is focused on the cost of food.

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This bitesize is one of a series showing data for Oxfordshire related to the cost of living and is focused on the cost of food.

22 July 2022

This bitesize is one of a series showing data for Oxfordshire related to the cost of living, and is focused on the cost of renting.

ONS survey data for March 2022 shows a greater percentage of renters (37%) were finding it “very difficult” or “difficult” to pay usual household bills compared with a year ago than mortgagors (23%).

This bitesize is one of a series showing data for Oxfordshire related to the cost of living and is focused on the cost of renting.

11 July 2022

Smoking remains the biggest single cause of preventable deaths, accounting for 1 in 6 of all deaths in England.  

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Unemployment claimant count data (released 14 June 2022 by the Department of Work and Pensions) shows that the number of people claiming unemployment-related benefits in Oxfordshire decreased slightly between April and May, from 10,060 to 9,620 (-4.4%).

Unemployment claimant count data (released 17 May 2022 by the Department of Work and Pensions) shows that the number of people claiming unemployment-related benefits in Oxfordshire decreased slightly between March and April, from 10,275 to 10,060 (-2.1%).

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