|The Office for National Statistics publishes their annual findings in the Blue Book. It contains the estimates of the domestic and national product, income and expenditure of the United Kingdom. The term dates back to the 15th century, when large blue velvet-covered books were used for record keeping by Parliament.
||‘Blue books’ is an exploration of who and what lies behind the current economic landscape and how this might relate to the recent riots in Tottenham. After the unrest great measures were taken to reveal the identity of those involved. ‘Blue books’ reverses that trend.