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ONS 13h
Fewer EU citizens are coming to the UK, and the number leaving has risen meaning EU net migration has fallen to 90,000
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ONS 18h
For more stats on long-term international migration, follow our statistician
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ONS 18h
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The number of people coming to live in the UK to was 578,000 in the year to September 2017
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ONS 18h
The number of people leaving the UK to live abroad was 334,000 in the year to September 2017
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ONS 18h
. tells you what you need to know about the migration figures released today in her latest blog post
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ONS 19h
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Commenting on today’s GDP figures, Head of GDP Darren Morgan said:
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ONS 19h
Commenting on today’s GDP figures, Head of GDP Darren Morgan said:
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ONS 20h
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Hi,Please find the correct link here for the QMI : Our Quality and methodology information has now changed from a document to a webpage which may be what is causing the issue, we will look into getting this sorted out. Thanks ^Olivia
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ONS 21h
0.6% growth in UK services in Q4 2017
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ONS 21h
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0.0% growth in business investment, remaining at £46.0 billion, in Q4 2017
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ONS 21h
1.1% growth in gross fixed capital formation (GFCF) in Q4 2017, to stand at £84.0 billion
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ONS 21h
0.4% growth in in Q4; a 0.1 percentage point downward revision from the preliminary estimate
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ONS 21h
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This decrease is particularly driven by a fall in EU citizens coming to “look for work” – down 35,000 over the last year
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ONS 21h
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Fewer EU citizens are coming to the UK for work-related reasons - down by 58,000 over the last year - especially EU15 and EU8
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ONS 21h
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Today we're tweeting about long-term international migration. Here are the countries we mean when we say EU15, EU8, and EU2
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ONS 21h
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Falls are seen particularly for EU15 and EU2 citizens, following a drop in EU8 net migration in previous periods
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ONS 21h
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EU net migration fell by 75,000 but there are still more EU citizens coming to the UK than leaving
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ONS 21h
Fewer EU citizens are coming to the UK, and the number leaving has risen meaning EU net migration has fallen to 90,000
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ONS 21h
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As a result non-EU net migration is now larger than EU net migration
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ONS 21h
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Net migration of non-EU citizens increased by 40,000 and is at a similar level to that seen in early 2016
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