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Inward VIP and Royal Visits

Database of Inward VIP and Royal Visits

Employment Rate (Female)

Employment Rate (Female)

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Statistics

The Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Enhanced Dataset (SCCI 2026) is a repository for individual level data collected by healthcare providers in England, including acute hospital providers, mental...

VIP Trading Estate public consultation documents

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Pay - male and female employees

Gender pay gap reporting is due to be introduced nationally for all employers from 2017. This shows a snapshot of the Council as at March 2016. All staff are included in the calculation for the...

Life Expectancy at birth - Female

Life Expectancy at birth - Female

Mortality from breast cancer in females (CCGOIS 1.20)

Directly age standardised mortality rate from breast cancer for females in the respective time period per 100,000 registered female patients. The following indicator includes a change of...

NI 122a - Mortality from all cancers at ages under 75 - Female

Directly age standardised mortality rates per 100,000 population for cancer (all malignant neoplasms) at all ages under 75 years

NI 120a - All-age all cause mortality rate - Female

The directly age and sex standardised mortality rate per 100,000 population, from all causes at all ages. Deaths include all causes classified by underlying cause of death (ICD-10 A00-Y99,...

NI 164 - Proportion of population aged 19-64 for males and 19-59 for females qualified to at least Level 3 or higher

Proportion of working age (19 years to retirement age) population qualified to at least level 3 or higher. People are counted as being qualified to level 3 or above if they have achieved either at...

NI 121a - Mortality from all circulatory diseases at ages under 75 - female

Mortality from all circulatory diseases at ages under 75

DCMS Gender Pay Gap

The difference in average earnings between male and female employees at DCMS.

NI 112 - Under 18 conception rate

The rate includes all conceptions under 18 but uses the female population aged 15-17 as a denominator to calculate the rate (as 95% of under 18 conceptions occur within this age group). Conception...

Population estimates for females at Local Authority level

Population estimates measuring resident population in each local area and structure of the population in these areas by age and sex Source: Office for National Statistics (ONS): Population...

NI 164 - Proportion of population aged 19-64 for males and 19-59 for females qualified to at least Level 3 or higher

Proportion of working age (19 years to retirement age) population qualified to at least level 3 or higher. People are counted as being qualified to level 3 or above if they have achieved either at...

NI 163 - Proportion of population aged 19-64 for males and 19-59 for females qualified to at least Level 2 or higher

Proportion of working age (19 years to retirement age) population qualified to at least level 2 or higher. Qualified to level 2 and above; People are counted as being qualified to level 2 and...

NI 113b - Prevalence of Chlamydia in under 25 year olds - Positive diagnoses of Chlamydia in under 25 year olds

Number of episodes of Chlamydia diagnosed for males and females aged 15 -19 against the local population of all 15 to 19 years olds, expressed as a percentage.

NI 151f - Overall Employment rate (working-age)

This is the proportion of the working age population (16-59 for females and 16-64 for males) who are in employment according to the International Labour Organisation (ILO) definition.

NI 165 - Proportion of population aged 19-64 for males and 19-59 for females qualified to at least Level 4 or higher

Proportion of working age (19 years to retirement age) population qualified to at least level 4 or higher. People are counted as being qualified to level 4 or above if they have achieved...

NI 165 - Proportion of population aged 19-64 for males and 19-59 for females qualified to at least Level 4 or higher

Proportion of working age (19 years to retirement age) population qualified to at least level 4 or higher. People are counted as being qualified to level 4 or above if they have achieved...