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Advice trends 2015 to 2016

Advice trends is aimed at national government departments, regional agencies; third sector organisations concerned with advice or social policy, and social policy researchers.

It focuses on advice provided by local Citizens Advice with a commentary and charts, and it also summarises statistics for the Citizens Advice consumer service and usage of our public advice content. There is a version for England and Wales, and an Advice trends for Wales alone.

Advice trends statistics summarises our top level advice statistics of advice provided by local Citizens Advice for those who want a top-level summary (table one), and it also provides a quarterly time series of local advice statistics, broken down into 200 different sub-categories (table two), for those people interested in the details of numbers and trends in particular areas.

England and Wales

Chief Economist Hugh Stickland's blog

Changes and challenges – four years of advice trends

Q4 2015-16 January to March 2016

Q3 2015-16 October to December 2015

Q2 2015-16 July to September 2015

Q1 2015-16 April to June 2015