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  1. United Kingdom - Labour statistics - Law, Act

    Statistics Act 2002 (2002:4). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2002-03-18 | GBR-2002-L-92563

    Makes provision for the collection, compilation, analysis and publication of statistical information.

    Also repeals the Census Act 1950 (1950:19).

  2. United Kingdom - Labour statistics - Law, Act

    Statistics Act 2000 (R.S.A. c. S60). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 2000-12-15 | GBR-2000-L-83663

    1 Interpretation
    2. Duties of Department of Statistics
    3. Power to direct taking of a census
    4. Duty of Statistician to carry out census
    5. Regulations with respect to proceedings for taking census
    6. Other statistics
    7. Compilation, tabulation and publication of statistics
    8. Oaths
    9. Forms, etc.
    10. Furnishing of information required in forms, etc.
    I1. Leaving notice at home
    12. Leaving notice at office, etc.
    13. Furnishing of information to the Statistician
    14. Right of entry
    15. Access to public records
    16. Restriction on publication of returns
    17. Major offences
    18. Miscellaneous offences
    19. General penalty
    20. Regulations
    21. Citation

  3. United Kingdom - Labour statistics - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Statistics (Employment Survey) (Amendment) Order 1998 (L.N. No. 119).

    Adoption: 1998-12-31 | Date of partial entry into force: 1998-10-01 | Date of partial entry into force: 1977-03-16 | GBR-1998-R-55994

    Amends the Statistics (Employment Survey) Order of 1971 by requiring that in the statistics to be collected by the Government Statistician the number of hours of work completed by both weekly and monthly paid employees shall be recorded as well as the age of the employees.

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