The Government's Annual Report is out. I've yet to pick up a print copy, but I've a feeling it's going to be very frustrating: Previously they've based the report around their election manifesto promises, and detailed the progress made on each one. For this report, I've heard that perspective is gone which isn't going to make comparison very easy.

You can look up local statistics by postcode in the In Your Area section. Good idea, not terribly well executed. Trust is an incredibly important thing, and I'd much prefer to see this feature come from National Statistics and the Civil Service rather than the Government. I'm just not sure with what purpose in mind the In Your Area sources were chosen. What's not there?