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Central Statistical Office

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Central Statistical Office

FORECAST, Kenneth George (1925 - 1988), Under Secretary, Central Statistical Office, Cabinet Office, 1979–85

BEALES, Reginald Edwin (1909 - 1980), Deputy Director, Central Statistical Office, Cabinet Office, 1957–72

CAMPION, Harry (1905 - 1996), Director of Central Statistical Office, Cabinet Office, 1941–67, retired

DWORKIN, Paul David (1937 - 2014), an Assistant Director, Central Statistical Office, 1989–91

ERRITT, (Michael) John (Mackey) (1931 - 2002), Deputy Director, Central Statistical Office, 1989–91

LANE, John (1924 - 1992), Deputy Director, Central Statistical Office, 1978–81

HARVEY, Neil (1938 - 2012), Head of Business Statistics Division, Central Statistical Office, 1989–93

BOREHAM, (Arthur) John (1925 - 1994), Director, Central Statistical Office, and Head of the Government Statistical Service, 1978–85, retired

HIBBERT, Jack (1932 - 2005), Director, Central Statistical Office, and Head of Government Statistical Service, 1985–92

STIBBARD, Peter Jack (born 1936), Head, Labour Market Statistics Group, Central Statistical Office, 1995–96; international consultancies, 1996–99

KIDGELL, John Earle (born 1943), consultant in economic statistics; Director of Economic Statistics, Office for National Statistics (formerly Head of Economic Accounts Division, Central Statistical Office), 1994–2002 (Grade 3, 1988–2002)

WELLS, Jack Dennis (born 1928), Vice President, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, since 2011 (Executive Director, 1991–2010; Vice-Chairman, 1996–98); Assistant Director, Central Statistical Office, 1979–88

 

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The UK government department responsible up to 1996 for publishing many major UK statistical sources. These include the National Income Accounts, Economic Trends, and the Balance of Payments Accounts. In 1996 it was merged with the Office of Population Censuses and Surveys to form the Office for National Statistics.

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