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Title: Birth statistics, England and Wales (Series FM1) - No. 33, 2004

Release date: 01 December 2005 at 9:30am
Theme: Population | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Statistics on live and still births occurring annually in England and Wales. Statistics for births in previous years are included to show trends in fertility. It also covers birth counts and birth rates tabulated by, among other attributes, parents' age, occurrence within or outside marriage, multiple births, mother's area of residence and country of birth, place of confinement, and father's social class (defined by occupation).

Title: Congenital Anomaly Statistics, England and Wales (Series MB3) - No. 19, 2004

Release date: 01 March 2006 at 9:30am
Theme: People and Places | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Contains statistics of notification of congenital anomalies for England and Wales in the reference year. Data are given for type of congenital anomaly by government office regions and strategic health authorities.

Title: Birth statistics, England and Wales (Series FM1) - No. 34, 2005

Release date: 08 December 2006 at 9:30am
Theme: Population | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Statistics on live and still births occurring annually in England and Wales. Statistics for births in previous years are included to show trends in fertility. It also covers birth counts and birth rates tabulated by, among other attributes, parents' age, occurrence within or outside marriage, multiple births, mother's area of residence and country of birth, place of confinement, and father's social class (defined by occupation).

Title: Congenital Anomaly Statistics, England and Wales (Series MB3) - No. 20, 2005

Release date: 01 March 2007 at 9:30am
Theme: People and Places | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Contains statistics of notification of congenital anomalies for England and Wales in the reference year. Data are given for type of congenital anomaly by government office regions and strategic health authorities.

Title: Birth statistics, England and Wales (Series FM1) - No. 35, 2006

Release date: 10 December 2007 at 9:30am
Theme: Population | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Statistics on live and still births occurring annually in England and Wales. Statistics for births in previous years are included to show trends in fertility. It also covers birth counts and birth rates tabulated by, among other attributes, parents' age, occurrence within or outside marriage, multiple births, mother's area of residence and country of birth, place of confinement, and father's social class (defined by occupation).

Title: Congenital Anomaly Statistics, England and Wales (Series MB3) - No. 21, 2006

Release date: 03 March 2008 at 9:30am
Theme: People and Places | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Contains statistics of notification of congenital anomalies for England and Wales in the reference year. Data are given for type of congenital anomaly by government office regions and strategic health authorities.

Title: Unexplained deaths in infancy, England and Wales - 2006

Release date: 28 August 2008 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Report on unexplained infant deaths in England and Wales which includes sudden infant deaths and deaths for which the cause remained unknown or unascertained.

Title: Prison population projections - 2008-2015

Release date: 18 September 2008 at 0:00am
Theme: Crime and Justice | Department: Justice | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Presents projected monthly prison population in England and Wales for the next six years. Sub-population (such as gender) estimates are presented alongside the effects of legislation, sentencing activity, and so on relevant to the prison population.

Title: Trends in consultation rates in General Practice - 2008 Statistical Report

Release date: 30 September 2008 at 0:00am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: Describes the population and practices contributing to the analysis in terms of geographical location, list size and overall age-sex structure.

Title: Birth statistics, England and Wales (Series FM1) - No. 36, 2007

Release date: 09 December 2008 at 9:30am
Theme: Population | Department: Office for National Statistics | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: Statistics on live and still births occurring annually in England and Wales. Statistics for births in previous years are included to show trends in fertility. It also covers birth counts and birth rates tabulated by, among other attributes, parents' age, occurrence within or outside marriage, multiple births, mother's area of residence and country of birth, place of confinement, and father's social class (defined by occupation).