3 edition of Parliamentary constituency mid-year population estimates 1991-98 found in the catalog.
Parliamentary constituency mid-year population estimates 1991-98
Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency. Demography and Methodology Branch.
At head of cover : Northern Ireland Statistics & Research Agency, Department of Finance and Personnel.
|Statement||[prepared by the Demography and Methodology Branch of the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency].|
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This section provides annual mid-year population estimates for the 73 Scottish Parliamentary Constituencies (SPCs). The constituency boundaries and names correspond to those defined for the Scottish Parliament elections. The population estimates are available for each year from mid onwards, broken down by sex and single year of age. Notes: * Indicates a Question for Oral Answer. + Indicates a Question not included in the random selection process but accepted because the quota for that day had not been filled. 7226 Indicates a Question for Written Answer on a named day, i.e. the Member has indicated under S.O. No. 22(4) the day on which he wishes the Question to be answered. [R] Indicates that a .
Arts: Staff. John Robertson: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office what estimate he has made of the number of people employed in the creative industries in (a) each parliamentary constituency in Glasgow, (b) Glasgow, (c) Scotland and (d) the UK in each of the last five years.  Mr Hurd: The information requested falls within the responsibility of . An Occasional Paper entitled 'Marriages at Gretna, ' on the subject of this relatively recent phenomenon was published in and is available on the NRS website. In this new survey of surnames, as in all previous surveys, we have not distinguished between the varying use of capital letters within surnames e.g. MacDonald/Macdonald.
Special Area Population Estimates, population estimates for various areas based on combining data zone populations. They include populations for the electoral wards, 73 Scottish Parliamentary constituencies, and 59 UK Parliamentary constituencies in Scotland. Figures for these are available back to UK Parliamentary Constituency Profiles. Scotland's Census collected a wealth of statistics and information to support our understanding of Scotland’s people and places. The profiles in this document present a selection of interesting graphs and tables for each of the 59 UK Parliamentary Constituencies in Scotland.
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Download Parliamentary constituency population estimates (Experimental Statistics): Mid to Mid in zip format zip ( MB) View all data related to Population estimates Contact details for this dataset. Sources. Population: ONS, Parliament Constituency Mid-Year Population Estimates (Experimental Statistics); National Records of Scotland, UK Parliamentary Constituency Population Estimates; NISRA, Mid Year Population Estimates for Northern Ireland Area: ONS, Standard Area Measurements for electoral areas in the United Kingdom, (area to.
2. Summary. This release presents the revised to mid-year population estimates for health geographies (clinical commissioning groups and former primary care organisations) in England; Westminster parliamentary constituencies and electoral wards in England and Wales.
It includes estimates of the usually resident population as at 30 June of the reference year for Westminster parliamentary constituencies in England and Wales by age and sex.
These estimates are consistent with the Super Output Area (SOA), local authority, regional and national population estimates. Mid-Year Population Estimates for Wards, Parliamentary Constituencies and Health Geographies: Mid to Mid Mid-year population estimates for health geographies in England and Westminster parliamentary constituencies and electoral wards in England and Wales.
Table of contents 1. Key points 2. Summary 3. Introduction 4. Tables showing the number of people registered to vote in parliamentary elections for each parliamentary constituency in England and Wales, as at 1 December and mid-year estimate of the population aged 18 and over by parliamentary constituency, in England and Wales for 28 p.
The United Kingdom Parliament currently has Parliamentary constituencies across the constituent countries (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland), each electing a single Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons by the plurality (first past the post) system of election, ordinarily every five years.
History. The constituency was created inmostly from the former seat of South Buckinghamshire, since which date the area has formed the southernmost part of Buckinghamshire — before the notable settlements of Slough and Eton, and less well-known Langley, Wraysbury, Sunnymeads and Datchet were in the county.
This leads to the unusual shape of the constituency County: Buckinghamshire. The population of Leicestershire (excluding Leicester Unitary Authority) ispeople ( census).
The county covers an area of 2, km 2 ( sq mi). Its largest population centre is the city of Leicester, followed by the town of tuent country: England.
The book's individual chapters explore different aspects of the broad issues outlined above. Elsewhere, I have discussed the evolution of the various national identities in the Balkan peninsula over the last two centuries (Roudometof, ).
In this book I am concerned with the contemporary issues surrounding the Macedonian Question. The estimate for the population of the district of Birmingham was 1, This is the first time the population has broken the 1, barrier since This was a population increase of % (8,) fromhigher than the % for the United Kingdom as a whole and % for England.
What are the most appropriate ways to ensure a common level of accuracy in mid-year population estimates for different areas and what steps should be taken to improve the accuracy in areas where population is hard to measure.
What is the right process for making revisions to mid-year population estimates so as to meet the needs of users. 7 N: Dr Vincent Cable (Twickenham):To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, if he will estimate the revenue implications of introducing a personal allowance of £7, absorbing the starting rate band on earnings and savings in the basic rate band, cutting the basic rate of income tax to 20 per cent., with tax rates on dividends unchanged, increasing the basic rate.
An electoral district, also known as an election district, legislative district, voting district, constituency, riding, ward, division, (election) precinct, electoral area, circumscription, or electorate, is an administrative subdivision of a larger state (a country, administrative region, or other polity) created to provide its population with representation in the larger state’s.
Introduction. This section provides annual mid-year population estimates for the 59 UK Parliamentary Constituencies (UKPCs) in Scotland.
The population estimates are available for each year from onwards, broken down by sex and single year of age. ONS, Mid-year population estimates, ONS, Annual Abstract of Statistics, various years. Written evidence to Health Committee inquiry, Alcohol, HCII. Chilly holiday. Lickorish, British Tourist and Holidays Board, The Value of the Tourist Industry, The British Travel Association, Patterns in British Holidaymaking Mid-year population estimates.
The latest mid-year population estimates for for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have been updated on Nomis for local authorities, regions and countries. How to access population estimates.
You can obtain population estimates from the following Nomis facilities: Local authority profiles. Mrs Caroline Spelman (Meriden):To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, what assessment the Office for National Statistics has made of the reasons other than population changes why mid-year population estimates differ from the National Census.
Abram is an electoral ward in Wigan, forms part of Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council, as well as the parliamentary constituency of Makerfield. Councillors. The ward is represented by three councillors; Eunice Smethurst (Lab), Martyn Smethurst (Lab), and Carl Sweeney (Lab) ReferencesConstituent country: England.
This section provides annual mid-year population estimates for the 73 Scottish Parliamentary Constituencies (SPCs). The constituency boundaries and names correspond to those defined for the Scottish Parliament elections. The population estimates are available for each year from onwards broken down by sex and single year of age.
The Report also recommends that the Statistics Authority investigate the feasibility of producing mid-year population estimates based on different measures of population, such as estimates which include short-term migrants and estimates which include the day-time population .Mid-year Population Estimates.
On 22 Marchrevised population estimates for were released by ONS and the following Nomis datasets updated: Population estimates - local authority based by single year of age; Population estimates - local .In this book, I am discussing the Macedonian Question from its very emergence in the nineteenth century.
As Pettifer (b) has argued, there are two distinct phases of this dispute—the “old” pre Macedonian Question, and the “new” post Macedonian Question.