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ONS 2h
Replying to @colourblindorg
Thank you for your questions I have forwarded them onto the team and we are investigating the issue and I will respond as soon as I can with more details. ^Nathan
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ONS 2h
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Thank you for your questions I have forwarded them onto the team and we are investigating the issue and I will respond as soon as I can. ^Nathan
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ONS 4h
The inflation story – history of prices measurement told for the first time in new book:
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ONS 4h
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Hi, thanks for your message, regarding your enquiry I have spoken to the ASHE Team and they have sent a response back. If you email info@ons.gsi.gov.uk - I will be able to forward their comment. Thanks ^Olivia
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ONS 7h
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Only 6% of women born in 1996 had at least 1 child before their 20th birthday, compared with a peak of 20% for women born in 1952:
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ONS 7h
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The most common number of children for women born in 1971, who finished having children in 2016, was 2 children:
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ONS 7h
Women born in 1971 who finished having children in 2016 had an average 1.90 children per woman, fewer than their mother’s generation (born 1944) who had 2.21 children, and the lowest level on record:
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ONS 7h
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Graduates with a degree in medicine or engineering were most likely to be employed and had highest average pay:
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ONS 7h
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40% of graduates worked in public administration, education or health:
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ONS 7h
There were 14 million graduates in the UK in July to September 2017, after steady increase over past decade:
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ONS Nov 23
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72% of domestic abuse cases referred to CPS by police resulted in a decision to charge, and 76% of cases that went to court led to convictions:
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ONS Nov 23
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Domestic abuse-related offences made up 32% of violent crimes recorded by the police in the year ending March 2017:
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ONS Nov 23
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Nearly 2 million adults aged 16-59 experienced domestic abuse in the last year, but many of these will not have reported their abuse:
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ONS Nov 23
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Data on support services for victims provide insight into domestic abuse that is not reported to the police:
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ONS Nov 23
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The report brings together domestic abuse data from across the criminal justice system and support organisations for the first time:
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ONS Nov 23
Our new report sheds light on the scale of domestic abuse in England and Wales and how it is dealt with:
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ONS Nov 23
The number of 16 to 24-year-olds who were in July to September is unchanged on previous quarter, but 65,000 down on the year:
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ONS Nov 23
790,000 young people aged 16 to 24 were (not in education, employment or training) in July to September 2017:
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ONS Nov 23
Business investment 1.3% higher in Q3 compared with Q3 2016:
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ONS Nov 23
0.2% rise in business investment in Q3, to reach £45.8 bn:
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