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ONS Sep 22
This week we revealed Oliver and Olivia were the most popular baby names for both England and Wales in 2017. How have the top 10 baby names for boys and girls changed over 10 years? Explore the data:
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ONS Sep 22
For the first time, we’ve released the top 100 baby names by local authority. Discover the most popular names in your area
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ONS Sep 21
There were 679,106 live births last year, with babies being given 63,697 distinct names. Explore the most popular names in your local authority
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Rich Pereira Sep 21
Ageing and Mortality: On Tuesday release the latest Estimates of the Very Old (including centenarians): and the latest National Life Tables
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ONS Sep 21
We’ve published the top baby names for 2017, and for the first time the most popular names by local authority. See the most popular names where you live
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ONS Sep 21
How have the top 10 baby names for boys and girls changed over 10 years? Explore the data:
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Elizabeth McLaren Sep 21
Aurora, Orla, Edith, Bonnie, Lyla & Hallie - new to top 100 most popular 2017 girls’ names in England and Wales
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Elizabeth McLaren Sep 21
Hunter & Ralph - new to top 100 most popular 2017 boys’ names in England and Wales
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ONS Sep 21
For the first time, we’ve released the top 100 baby names by local authority. Discover the most popular names in your area
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ONS Sep 21
Interested in baby names stats? Our statistician behind today's release is on Twitter sharing the key findings
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ONS Sep 21
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Sarah, a popular name for baby girls in the 1970s and 80s, has dropped out of the top 100 for the first time since records began in 1904. Has your name ever been in the top 100?
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ONS Sep 21
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Isla was the top 10 girls name in England and Wales in 2017 which has seen the biggest rise since 2007; Chloe is the top 10 name from 2007 which has fallen the furthest in 2017. See what else has changed over 10 years:
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ONS Sep 21
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Noah was the top 10 boys name in England and Wales in 2017 which has seen the largest rise in popularity since 2007; Daniel, a top 10 name in 2007 has showed the largest fall
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ONS Sep 21
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Poppy replaced Jessica, and Leo replaced Thomas, in the top 10 girls’ and boys’ names in 2017 from the previous year. Find out what else has changed:
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ONS Sep 21
Oliver and Olivia continue to rule the roost as the most popular baby names for both England and Wales in 2017
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Fraser Munro Sep 21
UK Public Finances: Debt (PSND ex) at end of August 2018 was £1,781.9 billion (84.3% of GDP) or £1,588.7 billion (75.2% of GDP) excluding BoE (mainly quantitative easing)
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ONS Sep 21
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Public sector net debt at the end of last month was £1,781.9 billion, which is an increase of £15.9 billion on August 2017
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ONS Sep 21
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Public sector borrowing for the financial year to date was £17.8 billion, £7.8 billion less than in the same period last year and the lowest since 2002
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ONS Sep 21
Today’s public sector finance statistics show borrowing for the month of August was £6.8 billion, £2.4 billion more than August 2017
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Elizabeth McLaren Sep 21
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Dementia and Alzheimer disease was responsible for nearly twice as many female deaths (44,532) than male deaths (23,109) in 2017, likely due to the larger number of older females in the population
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