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Breitbart
Parliament Report Admits Migrant Data ‘Woefully Inadequate’ and ‘Flawed’accurate number of migrants entering or leaving the country or the number of mi
Breitbart / Posted 20 hours ago
accurate number of migrants entering or leaving the country or the number of migrants in work”, it reads. In May 2016, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) was forced to admit European Union (EU) immigration into Britain was nearly 1.5 million... Read more
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Breitbart
UK Population to Hit 77 Million by 2039, 75 per cent of Growth is Immigrationclaiming it will rise from 65 to 77 million in the next 22 years, largely due t
Breitbart / Posted 20 hours ago
claiming it will rise from 65 to 77 million in the next 22 years, largely due to immigration. The data, revealed by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), showed a total of 588,000 people entered the UK in 2016, yet just 339,000 left. Net... Read more
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express
UK population hits record high of 65.6m - and could hit 74m by 2039predicted to rise to 74 million by 2039. Britain’s population has hit a record
express / Posted 20 hours ago
predicted to rise to 74 million by 2039. Britain’s population has hit a record high of 6.5m, figures reveal Data from the Office for National Statistics showed that net migration, alongside more births than deaths, means Britain’s population... Read more
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express
Philip Hammond under fire after borrowing rose by nearly £2billion more than expectedto get debt falling and deliver the sound public finances needed for a stronger
express / Posted yesterday
to get debt falling and deliver the sound public finances needed for a stronger economy and higher living standards." The Office for National Statistics said the budget deficit for the current financial year to date - April to June 2017 - climbed... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Government borrowing soars by £2billion in blow to Tory boasts about the deficitBritain's borrowing has risen by £2 billion in a blow to the Tories' claim to b
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
Britain's borrowing has risen by £2 billion in a blow to the Tories' claim to be tackling the deficit. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9 billion in June... Read more
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express
Britain forks out £250M EXTRA to EU after Brussels claims UK has UNDERPAIDrevealed today. Payments to Brussels last month were than double June 2016, wh
express / Posted yesterday
revealed today. Payments to Brussels last month were than double June 2016, when the UK paid £502million, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Last month's extra payment helped push up Britain's debt burden to new record highs,... Read more
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guardian-series
Sexual offences in Waltham Forest up 152 since 2008a national standard for logging crimes was rolled out 14 years ago. New crime
guardian-series / Posted yesterday
a national standard for logging crimes was rolled out 14 years ago. New crime figures released yesterday (June 20) by the Office for National Statistics have shown a steady rise in sexual offences in the borough since 2003. The last quarterly... Read more
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Breitbart
Population Growth in English Cities Fuelled Almost Entirely By Mass ImmigrationNew figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that up to 98 pe
Breitbart / Posted yesterday
New figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that up to 98 per cent of the population growth in some English cities over the last decade can be attributed to mass immigration. The Birmingham Mail newspaper reports that, in its own... Read more
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AutoExpress
UK vehicle thefts jump 20% in biggest crime spike for a decadeof attempted theft have doubled in the last five years with a 14 per cent rise
AutoExpress / Posted yesterday
of attempted theft have doubled in the last five years with a 14 per cent rise last year alone. The figures, from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), go against the long-term trend of decreasing vehicle-related offences in the UK. Car... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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Bolton News
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
Bolton News / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Ex-GMP boss admits being 'naive' over how long police cuts would laston the same period in 2015/16, with soaring levels of violence and theft as wel
Manchester Evening News / Posted yesterday
on the same period in 2015/16, with soaring levels of violence and theft as well as a rise in sex crimes, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Since 2010, nationally, police numbers have fallen by 20,592 - from 143,734 to 123,142... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Knife crime on the rise across HertfordshireThe number of knife crime offences committed in Hertfordshire has surged over t
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted yesterday
The number of knife crime offences committed in Hertfordshire has surged over the last year. New figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveal a offences involving a bladed article increased by more than a quarter last... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Debate: Recorded crime figures on the riseand theft, as well a rise in sex crimes, are behind a 10 per cent year-on-year
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
and theft, as well a rise in sex crimes, are behind a 10 per cent year-on-year rise over the 12-month period to March, the Office for National Statistics said. This has been connected with a fall in officer numbers to the lowest in more than 30... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
Croydon Guardian / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Number of over 65s living in city to increaseOxford over the age of 65 is expected to increase by four percentage points ove
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
Oxford over the age of 65 is expected to increase by four percentage points over the next 20 years, figures suggest. The Office for National Statistics’ latest overview of population said 11 per cent of the city’s population were aged over 65,... Read more
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Bury Times
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
Bury Times / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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Gazette
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
Gazette / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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guardian-series
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
guardian-series / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
Greenock Telegraph / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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Harrow Times
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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This is West Country
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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Gazette News
Government borrowing shows surprise £2bn riserose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances
Gazette News / Posted yesterday
rose unexpectedly last month, hampering efforts to shore up the public finances as the UK economy looks set to slow. The Office for National Statistics said public sector net borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, increased by £2 billion to £6.9... Read more
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EuroNews
Inflation hits UK public finances in June, adding to Hammond's headacheHammond. The deficit in June stood at 6.854 billion pounds, up 43 percent compa
EuroNews / Posted yesterday
Hammond. The deficit in June stood at 6.854 billion pounds, up 43 percent compared with the same month last year, the Office for National Statistics said on Friday, citing figures that exclude state-controlled banks. The shortfall for June was... Read more
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SKY News
Weak pound drives tourist spending 'surge'luxury goods' costs for people from abroad become more competitive. UK tourism
SKY News / Posted yesterday
luxury goods' costs for people from abroad become more competitive. UK tourism numbers have been rising steadily while the Office for National Statistics has already reported a strong June for the country's retailers. Worldpay pointed to a leap of... Read more
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Scotsman
Sun shines for retailers as clothing sales heat upThe UK high street received a welcome boost last month as the generally fine we
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
The UK high street received a welcome boost last month as the generally fine weather gave clothing sales a lift. The Office for National Statistics said sales rose 0.6 per cent in terms of quantity compared with May, with a quarterly increase of 1.5... Read more
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Acton Commentary
3 reasons economic ‘inequality’ is misleadingsame amount, losing 10 percent of the wealth in the top income bracket far exce
Acton Commentary / Posted yesterday
same amount, losing 10 percent of the wealth in the top income bracket far exceeds gaining a tenth at the bottom. The UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) specifies that “income for the richest fifth of households has fallen by £1,900 (or... Read more
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express
Britain IS booming: Retail sales rise as heatwave sends shoppers on spending spreeby 0.6 per cent in June as consumers showed their resilience by spending strong
express / Posted yesterday
by 0.6 per cent in June as consumers showed their resilience by spending strongly on clothing during the warm weather. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures showed a 1.5 per cent increase over the second quarter of the year - and... Read more
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express
Violent crime soars by 18 per cent as warnings raised on falling police numbersbeing struck by a van on London Bridge on Saturday night. Armed police respond
express / Posted yesterday
being struck by a van on London Bridge on Saturday night. Armed police responding to the incident at London Bridge The Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures mark a 10 per cent rise compared with the same 12-month period a year... Read more
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Daily Star
Crime levels soar as police numbers hit lowest levels for 30 yearsdriven by an increase in violence against others, up 18% to 175,060. Knife and
Daily Star / Posted 2 days ago
driven by an increase in violence against others, up 18% to 175,060. Knife and gun crime rose by more than a fifth. The Office for National Statistics data came as the Home Office revealed police numbers are at their lowest in three... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Crime on the rise in Norfolk according to new figures which show big increases in knife crime and robberiesnew figures, has seen big increases in knife crime and robberies. To send a li
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 2 days ago
new figures, has seen big increases in knife crime and robberies. To send a link to this page you must be logged in. The Office for National Statistics crime survey figures, published on Thursday (July 20) show the total number of crimes reported... Read more
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chroniclelive
Violent crime reporting is up by more than 50 per centCrime is rising across Tyneside with violent offences up by more than 50 per ce
chroniclelive / Posted 2 days ago
Crime is rising across Tyneside with violent offences up by more than 50 per cent. Figures released today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveal that there were 124,240 crimes recorded by Northumbria Police in 2016/17.Labour is promising... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Crime on the rise in Norfolk according to new figures which show big increases in knife crime and robberiesis rising in Norfolk which, according to new figures, has seen big increases in
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
is rising in Norfolk which, according to new figures, has seen big increases in knife crime and robberies. The Office for National Statistics crime survey figures, published on Thursday (July 20) show the total number of crimes reported... Read more
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Channel 4 News
Crime went up by 10% this year – the biggest annual increase in a decade. What’s behind the rise?of crimes recorded by police in England and Wales rose by 10 per cent between M
Channel 4 News / Posted 2 days ago
of crimes recorded by police in England and Wales rose by 10 per cent between March 2016 and March 2017, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). That’s the biggest annual increase in a decade, and it comes after years of cuts that... Read more
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Daily Mirror
9 bits of bad news the Tory government's buried hours before their summer breaknumber of crimes in England and Wales recorded by the police rose 10% on the sa
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
number of crimes in England and Wales recorded by the police rose 10% on the same period in 2015/16, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).Read More As of today, the number of fully trained, full time soldiers is 78,010 - a... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Hillsborough victims appear in Government crime statistics after landmark inquest verdictsstatistics, released today, includes those who died as a result of the tragedy
Liverpool Echo / Posted 2 days ago
statistics, released today, includes those who died as a result of the tragedy following unlawful killing verdict The Office for National Statistics today released its annual overview of crime figures for the 12 months to the end of March.Read... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Police concern over rising recorded crime and falling officer numbersviolence and theft, as well a rise in sex crimes, are behind a 10% year-on-year
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 2 days ago
violence and theft, as well a rise in sex crimes, are behind a 10% year-on-year rise over the 12-month period to March, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said. And Home Office data also released on Wednesday shows there were 123,142 officers... Read more
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SKY News
Biggest crime surge in decade as police numbers fallDiane Abbott called on the Government to increase police officer numbers and "a
SKY News / Posted 2 days ago
Diane Abbott called on the Government to increase police officer numbers and "address what people are concerned about". Office for National Statistics data shows the increase in crime was partly driven by a spike in violence against the person,... Read more
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International Business Times
Euro rallies but Draghi insists the ECB has not discussed ending stimulus programme the back foot against the dollar, losing 0.37% to $1.2969, despite some better-
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
the back foot against the dollar, losing 0.37% to $1.2969, despite some better-than-expected retail data. According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), retail sales rose 0.9% on a monthly basis last month, exceeding expectations for a 0.5%... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Largest rise in violent crime in a decadeThe number of crimes in England and Wales recorded by the police rose 10% on th
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
The number of crimes in England and Wales recorded by the police rose 10% on the same period in 2015/16, according to the Office for National Statistics. The government have used the low crime figures over the past few years to argue that their... Read more
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International Business Times
Shotgun crime up 44% in the UK in just one year: Office of National Statistics crime and knife crime have been recorded by British police in the year between
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
crime and knife crime have been recorded by British police in the year between April 2016 and March 2017, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). There were 6,375 firearms offences during the period, up 23% from the year before.... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Crime figures soar to nearly five million in 2016/17number of crimes in England and Wales recorded by the police rose 10% on the sa
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
number of crimes in England and Wales recorded by the police rose 10% on the same period in 2015/16, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). In a different measure, there were an estimated 11 million offences covered by the... Read more
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