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Region in figures East Midlands Winter 2004/05.
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Region in figures: West Midlands No.9 (Winter /05) Publication Year Document Status?DocID= Divided into the following sections; population, economy, the labour market, education and training, transport and the environment, living in the West Midlands. History. Supersedes Region in figures: West Midlands No.3 (ONS, ).
This document has been archived by its original publisher. Subjects. Statistics and information, The aim of the country and regional public sector finances statistics is to provide users with information on what public sector expenditure has occurred, for the benefit of residents or enterprises, in each country or region of the UK and what public sector revenues have been raised in each country or region, as well as the balance between :// The Midlands is the central part of England and a cultural area that broadly corresponds to the early medieval Kingdom of Midlands region is bordered by Northern England and Southern Midlands were important in the Industrial Revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Two of the nine official regions of England are the West Midlands and East :// Data from EX46 returns on establishing alcohol and tobacco traders activities and revenue liabilities.
Updated: ad hoc. Data coverage: /02, /03, /04, /05 ?filters[topic]=Health. Rutland was included in the "East Midlands General Review Area" of the –67 Local Government Commission for England.
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Also UK residents travelling abroad, their reasons for travel and the amount of money they spent. The statistics on UK residents travelling abroad are an informal indicator of living :// House prices have risen in every UK region for the first time in almost two years.
The value of the average home jumped by per cent – or £5, – to £, in the year to the end of Measuring National Well-being: Personal Well-being in the UK, to the East Midlands and West Midlands were the only 2 regions that reported statistically significantly higher proportions of people reporting low anxiety.
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Please select your region from the list. Lukwesa Burak presents stories close to home in the East Midlands. East Midlands Inside Out returns for its winter series on Monday 20 January. Information on all forms of transport in London including cycle hire. Routes, maps, plan a journey, tickets sales, realtime traffic and travel :// outbreaks.
Inthe North West, South East, and West Midlands were the most heavily affected regions, withand cases respectively. To lend context to the figures from recent years, it is worth noting that in no year between and did measles cases for the whole of England and Wales exceed Ina significantly higher proportion of people developed pneumonia in the East Midlands and the North West of England than in the UK generally.
The proportions were lower in Scotland and considerably lower in the other regions of England, and in Wales and Northern Ireland. This pattern was seen fairly constantly in the years –