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Office for National Statistics 11h
Replying to @jbradley553
Hope that helps! ^Jay
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Office for National Statistics 11h
Replying to @jbradley553
The top 2 lines are the 10% and 20% most deprived areas, so they are the ones with the most births.
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Office for National Statistics 11h
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Despite the decrease in births in the most deprived areas in 2018 compared to 2017, there were still more births in the most deprived areas than the least deprived areas in 2018.
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Office for National Statistics 12h
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On average, Thursday has been the most common day of the week to be born since 2009
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Office for National Statistics 12h
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In 2018 there were more live births in the most deprived areas of England and Wales than in the least deprived, and the stillbirth rate in these areas was also higher
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Office for National Statistics 12h
For births in 2018 the average age of mothers and fathers increased to 30.6 and 33.6 respectively. This was the 10th yearly increase
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Office for National Statistics 12h
Replying to @Elainecoates101
The regions shown on the chart are those regions with the largest and smallest change in median wealth in the latest period. Here is the full data . - Wealth.and.Assets.Survey@ons.gov.uk Hope that helps ^Jay
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Office for National Statistics 12h
Replying to @ProfJonFairburn
The regions shown on the chart are those regions with the largest and smallest change in median wealth in the latest period. If you get in touch with the team, they can provide the data you want. - Wealth.and.Assets.Survey@ons.gov.uk Hope that helps ^Jay
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Office for National Statistics Dec 5
Replying to @m4ckem15
Hi there, this is something that the team may be able to produce for you. I would advise contacting wealth.and.assets.survey@ons.gov.uk for more information. ^Jay
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Office for National Statistics Dec 5
Replying to @JamesArcher767
Hi James. There is region breakdowns in section 8 here and Individuals by socio-economic classification, by household total wealth in table 2.14 here . Hope that helps? Thanks ^Lauren
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Office for National Statistics Dec 5
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Median household wealth in both the North East and the East Midlands remains below the level seen in July 2006 to June 2008, despite increases in the latest period
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Office for National Statistics Dec 5
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Total wealth inequality was broadly unchanged in the most recent periods but has grown since 2006-2008, based on a number of inequality measures
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Office for National Statistics Dec 5
The total net wealth of households in Great Britain was £14.6 trillion in 2016-2018. This is a 13% real terms increase from 2014-2016, mainly due to rising private pension and net property wealth
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Census 2021 - England & Wales Dec 4
You can identify as Welsh in combination with any ethnic group or background, in the questions on national identity and ethnic group on the Census 2021. There is also a write-in option, so you can identify exactly as you wish. We’ve attached the questions that will be included.
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UK Statistics Authority Dec 4
Sir David Norgrove, Chair of the UK Statistics Authority, has today written to , the leader of the Labour Party, regarding statistics on violent crime.
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Office for National Statistics Dec 4
Replying to @achaplin71
Hi Alan, you would need to contact the team at cpi@ons.gov.uk Thanks ^Lauren
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Office for National Statistics Dec 4
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The most common age for women born in 1973 to give birth was age 31 years. For those born a generation earlier (women born in 1946) the most common age was 24 years
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Office for National Statistics Dec 4
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The proportion of women having just one child has risen from 14% for those born in 1946 to 18% for those born in 1973. Two-children families remain the most common family size at 37% for women born in 1973
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Office for National Statistics Dec 4
The average completed family size for women in England and Wales who reached age 45 years in 2018 (born in 1973) was 1.89 children, unchanged from the previous cohort (women born in 1972). This is the lowest level since the series began
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Office for National Statistics Dec 4
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West of England Combined Authority had the highest proportion of ‘quality work’ (76%) using an experimental composite measure, including above two thirds of UK median pay, satisfactory hours and desired contract
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