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Characteristics of Birth 1, England and Wales
Department: Office for National Statistics
Annual data on birth registrations. Summary statistics on stillbirths by age of parents, quarter of occurrence; birthweight data.
Characteristics of Birth 2, England and Wales
Department: Office for National Statistics
Annual data on birth registrations by characteristics of birth. Contains statistics on month and quarter of occurrence, multiple births and place of birth.
Characteristics of Mother 2, England and Wales
Department: Office for National Statistics
Annual data on birth registrations. Contains statistics by marital status, age of mother and number of previous live-born children.
Characteristics of Older People
Department: Office for National Statistics
Reports describing the characteristics of the older population in England and Wales
Characteristics of mother 1, England and Wales
Department: Office for National Statistics
Annual data on birth registrations. Contains birth statistics by age of mother, type of registration, and mean age of mother by birth order.
Characteristics of young unemployed people
Department: Office for National Statistics
Characteristics of unemployed people aged 16 to 24.
Child Health Statistics
Department: Office for National Statistics
Child Health Statistics Pocketbook from National Statistics brings together data to paint a picture of children's health today.
Child mortality statistics: Childhood, infant and perinatal
Department: Office for National Statistics
Annual statistics on stillbirths, infant deaths and childhood deaths occurring annually in England and Wales.
Childbearing of UK and non-UK born women living in the UK
Department: Office for National Statistics
Reports on the fertility patterns of UK and non-UK born women living in the UK, and its constituent countries.
Children and adolescents who try to harm, hurt or kill themselves
Department: Office for National Statistics
Analysis of self-harm reports by parents about their children aged 5-15 and by the children themselves aged 11-15.