Coronavirus and the social impacts on different ethnic groups in the UK. Dataset | Released on 14 December 2020. Estimates from the Understanding Society: COVID-19 Study, 2020, UK Household Longitudinal Study (UKHLS) and Wealth and Assets Survey (WAS) to explore the social impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on people from different. Updating ethnic contrasts in deaths involving the coronavirus (COVID-19), England and Wales: deaths occurring 2 March to 28 July 2020 Updated estimates of mortality involving the coronavirus (COVID-19) by ethnic group and investigation of the explanatory power of hospital-based comorbidity on ethnic differences, building on previous models published by the Office for National Statistics
Statistics. Published by D. Clark , Oct 16, 2020. With a population of approximately 8.96 million people, London is by far the largest city in the United Kingdom, with the UK's second largest city. in London (the Metropolitan Police force area), 52% of people arrested were from the Asian, Black, Mixed and Other ethnic groups combined - the highest percentage out of all police force areas; in London, there were 18 arrests for every 1,000 people from ethnic minorities, compared with 10 arrests for every 1,000 White peopl The 2011 census recorded that 2,998,264 people or 36.7% of London's population are foreign-born (including 24.5% born in a non-European country) making London the city with the second largest immigrant population in absolute terms, after New York City. Th
.6, compared to 40.3 in the UK overall. More than one in 10 people living in Inner London (11.4%) are aged between 30 and 34 The standard age of London's inhabitants is about 40 and half years. London is a multi-racial city. 59.8% out of the total population are White, among which 44.9% are White-British, 2.2% of Irish White and 12.2% of White from various parts of globe. Asians are filling 20.9% of the London populace
Information Rights Unit - Ethnicity of perpetrators and victims of knife crime in London from April 2008 to November 2018 Created Date 5/30/2019 11:36:18 A The last census recorded that 63 million people lived in the UK, of whom more than eight million come from of a minority ethnic background. But that doesn't say much; Britain's diversity is not equally spread out. In Scotland just over 4 per cent of the populace was non-white, compared to 14 per cent in England and Wales. Britain's ethnic minorities are concentrated in England, almost. Civil Service Statistics presents detailed information on the UK Civil Service workforce as at 31 March 2020, including on pay, diversity and location 2020 statistics. Reliable performance is important in order to encourage and maintain the usage of quality web-based services. Our aim is to have the The London Borough Of Havering website available for use at all times throughout the year On 20 April 2021 the daily number of new people tested positive for COVID-19 in London was reported as 406 The total number of COVID-19 cases identified in London is 716,461 as at 19 April 2021, this compares to 3,839,002 cases for England as a whol
United Kingdom Area and Population Density. In terms of density, based on the Office of National Statistics findings in 2010, there were 255 people living in every square kilometer of land (660 per square mile) which ranks the territory twelfth in the world overall. As we've already seen, the confirmed figures from the 2001 Census showed that there were 58,789,194 people living in the UK and. London - Counted among the world's largest monetary centres, London is the most populated city of both the United Kingdom and England. Located in the south-east peninsula of Great Britain, London incorporates a population of about 8.788 million, making it the largest city of the UK Read more about London Population 2021 global cities, London still exhibits significant levels of poverty, and some of the widest inequalities in the developed world. This report focuses on how these inequalities are patterned by ethnicity across London. Although London is indeed a relatively open and global city, this doesn't mean that black and minority ethni 30 April 2020. Share. close. New NHS data has revealed ethnic breakdowns among the patients in London hospitals who analysed 3,929 deaths by ethnicity and showed a disproportionate number.
. Currently, the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting all aspects of people's lives. There is evidence that people from ethnic minorities are disproportionately at risk of getting and dying from COVID-19, as well as being impacted by the. We use the UK Household Longitudinal Study and compare pre-COVID-19 pandemic (2017-2019) and during-COVID-19 pandemic data (April 2020) for the same group of individuals to assess and quantify changes in mental health as measured by changes in the GHQ-12 (General Health Questionnaire), among ethnic
50 years of collecting ethnicity data. The ethnic group question from the 2011 Census. Source: 2011 Census England Household questionnaire, Office for National Statistics (ONS) In every Census since 1841, people have been asked to state their country of birth and, in most cases, their nationality. However, asking about people's ethnicity is a. 3.2 Age, gender, ethnicity and other characteristics 16 3.3 Waiting times: local data 20 3.4 IAPT outcomes: local data 23 4 Mental health statistics for England: prevalence, services and funding . 1. How widespread are mental London West Midlands North West South West. 7 Commons Library Briefing,. Population. Thurrock has a diverse population that is increasing by over 10% every decade. In 2001 the population was 143,300. In 2011 our population was 158,300. The Office of National Statistics (ONS) estimated it as 172,500 in 2018, and estimates it will have risen to 178,300 by the time of the next national census in 2021
This release contains the latest statistics on school and pupil numbers and their characteristics, including: age gender free school meals (FSM) eligibility English as an additional language ethnicity school characteristics class sizes The publication combines information from the school census, school level annual school census, general hospital school census and alternative provision census.</p> SOURCES. Department for Education: Children looked after in England including adoption: 2019 to 2020 The Department for Education Children looked after in England statistics include tables providing a breakdown of children in care by age, gender, ethnicity, legal status, reason for being in care, reasons for placement changes for children who moved placement in the year, fostering for adoption. Report focused on widening access and participation (WP). The report will analyse how and why the events of 2020 affected key trends in WP and explore what this might mean for 2021 and beyond. 16 December 2020 (Weds) Data resources. Sector-level data resources for the end of the 2020 application cycle. 4 February 2021 (Thurs
Ethnicity in Surrey. The majority of the population, 1,023,682 people (90.4 per cent of the population), reported their ethnic group as White in the 2011 Census. Within this ethnic group, White British was the largest, with 945,673 people (83.5 per cent), followed by those categorised as Any Other White with 62,736 people (5.5 per cent) April 1, 2021. 1 Comment. on Homicide Victims in London in 2020. Total: 123 (last updated 31/03/21) See also: Murder map for London homicide victims in 2020 Takieddine BouhaneWilliam AlgarKrasimir KartikovHarinder KumarNarinder LubhayaMalkit Singh DhillonCzeslaw SwiatkowskiMarc AllenEraj SeifiJames DowdellLennox AlecendorLouis JohnsonTyler. 43.24 km² Area. 7,627/km² Population Density  0.68% Annual Population Change [2011 → 2019] London Borough of Brent: London borough in north west London, England - Inception: 1965 - Official Website - Local dialing code: 020 - Postal code: HA (+) Great Britain and Northern Ireland. United Kingdom. 56,357,500 Statistics. The results of the 2020 NHS Staff Survey have been published today by The Co-ordination Centre (Picker Institute Europe) on behalf of NHS England and NHS Improvement. This is the eighteenth annual national survey of NHS staff. Since 2013, participating organisations have been able to conduct the survey as a census or extended sample. Tue 16 Jun 2020 11.19 EDT. collect any demographic data on ethnicity that would highlight such problems. but with a lack of statistics about the experience of people of colour in Germany,.
Volume 24, 2021 Vol 23, 2020 Vol 22, 2019 Vol 21, 2018 Vol 20, 2017 Vol 19, 2016 Vol 18, 2015 Vol 17, 2014 Vol 16, 2013 Vol 15, 2012 Vol 14, 2011 Vol 13, 2010 Vol 12, 2009 Vol 11, 2008 Vol 10, 2007 Vol 9, 2006 Vol 8, 2005 Vol 7, 2004 Vol 6, 2003 Vol 5, 2002 Vol 4, 2001 Vol 3, 2000 Vol 2, 1999 Vol 1, 199 There were 26,474 fewer crimes in London in April 2020 than in April 2019, a decrease of 35% that resulted in a fine dip in the statistics. As lockdown eases, crime is, unfortunately, picking up again. The increase between June 2020 and July 2020 was no less than 11.7%. Number of crimes in London April 2019-July 2020; Tabl Find out more about our part-time and full-time Race and ethnicity Postgraduate courses, 2021/2022 entry, taught by evening study. Race and ethnicity: Postgraduate courses, 2021/2022 entry — Birkbeck, University of London Overweight and obesity cause an estimated 14% of deaths in Europe, a meta-analysis showed; [ 3] Overweight and obesity causes 6% of cancer cases in the UK. [ 4] UK portrait version shown here. Country versions, cancers caused by other risk factors, and landscape formats are available for free from our cancer risk publications
Ethnicity in Tower Hamlets. Analysis of 2011 Census data . Summary of findings. This briefing presents key statistics from the 2011 Census about the ethnic composition of the Tower Hamlets population. The new Census figures provide valuable intelligence about the nature of diversity in the borough and how it is changing. Key findings include Knife crime by police force area. London recorded the highest rate of 179 offences involving a knife per 100,000 population 2Fin 2019/20, a slight increase on a rate of 169 in 2018/19. Durham had the lowest rate of 26 offences per 100,000 individuals (down from 31 in 2018/19) T he publication of figures from the Office for National Statistics this week could have been seen as a rare moment of encouraging news. The ethnicity pay gap in England and Wales stands at just 2.
Ethnicity pay gap report 2020. 1 MB. Our Race Matters project is helping us to better understand the barriers BAME employees and candidates face and what we need to do to level the playing field. To do this, we must first understand the root cause of the issue, so that we are better able to fix any systemic problems at the source The Office for National Statistics (ONS) sub-national population projections estimate that in 2020 there are 309,300 people living in Hillingdon. 21,540 (7.0 per cent) aged 0 to 4 years. 45,985 (14.9 per cent) aged 5 to 15 years. 199,660 (64.6 per cent) Hillingdon residents were of working age (16 to 64 years) 22,125 aged 65 to 74 (7.2 per cent NHS Workforce Statistics - June 2018 - including supplementary analysis on pay by ethnicity. This report shows monthly numbers of NHS Hospital and Community Health Service (HCHS) staff groups working in Trusts and CCGs in England (excluding primary... 27 September 2018 Accessed October 2020. Peto R, Lopez AD, Pan H, Boreham J, Thun M. Mortality from Smoking in Developed Countries 1950-2020 (2020 update). Personal communication, July 2020. Similar data available from https://gas.ctsu.ox.ac.uk/tobacco
. Coronavirus (Covid-19) You can contact us through our website or by phone. Our Civic Centre main reception is open by appointment for council services that can only be resolved face-to-face. Please book an appointment at 0208 464 3333. Face coverings must be worn during your. In April 2020, the UK Competition and Markets Authority provisionally approved a $575 million investment from Amazon into Deliveroo, initially made in late 2019. This represents a return to the food delivery business for Amazon, which closed down its own food delivery business in 2019, a year after suspending operations in London
Student Nationality. These graphs show the nationality of all full-time new admissions (undergraduate and postgraduate) to the College in 2014-15 and 2019-20. The proportion of students from outside the UK was 59% in 2014-15 and 63% in 2019-20. The biggest non-UK nationality in 2014-15 and 2019-20 was China (16% in 2014-15, and 23% in 2019-20) COVID-19 Daily Deaths. This section contains information on deaths of patients who have died in hospitals in England and had either tested positive for COVID-19 or where COVID-19 was mentioned on the death certificate. All deaths are recorded against the date of death rather than the date the deaths were announced Ethnicity of staff. Of academic staff with known ethnicity, 17% were Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) in 2018/19, an increase from 16% in 2017/18. Among non-academic staff with known ethnicity, 12% were Black and Minority Ethnic (BME), which was the same as 2017/18 Statistics are important to Macmillan because they help us represent a lot of complicated information in a difference in cancer incidence by ethnicity and deprivation 1195-1202. (Projections scenario 1). Macmillan analysis based on extrapolation of 2010 and 2020 projections that the number o 8 Ethnicity 28 9 Disability 31 10 The admissions process 32 Notes for information • These statistics refer to applications made from September 2017 onwards for admission to courses starting in October 2018 or by deferred entry to courses starting in October 2019. Applicants holding a deferred offer from previous admissions rounds are not.
In the year ended June 2019, 13.4 percent of children lived in a household experiencing material hardship. That is households that had a DEP-17 score of six or more items (measure 'c'). This measure has stayed at similar levels since 2015/16 London's Ethnicity Pay Gap Shows Minority Workers Paid 24% Less Lucy Meakin 10/12/2020. the Office for National Statistics reported Monday
London records 23.8% median ethnicity pay gap By Louron Pratt 15th October 2020 10:54 am 15th October 2020 12:52 pm London has the highest median ethnicity pay gap in the UK at 23.8%, a 2.1% increase from the year before, and a significant difference compared to the lowest pay gap in the UK of 1.4% in Wales, according to research by the Office for National Statistics Pan D, Sze S, Minhas JS, et al. The impact of ethnicity on clinical outcomes in COVID-19: A systematic review. EClinicalMedicine doi: 10.1016/j.eclinm.2020.100404; Public Health England. Terms of reference: Review into disparities in the risk and outcomes of COVID-19. London: Public Health England 2020. Statistics OfN Find out more about the socio-economic, deprivation and geo-demographic profile of the borough and its residents. The 2011 Census recorded that 254,557 residents live within the Royal Borough, with the population having increased by over 40,000 people (18.7 per cent) in the ten years since the 2001 Census Brent Open Data is the council's open data-sharing portal where you can access data about Brent. Please take a look around and let us know what you think
We have detected that you are using Internet Explorer to visit this website. Internet Explorer is now being phased out by Microsoft. As a result, NHS Digital no longer supports any version of Internet Explorer for our web-based products, as it involves considerable extra effort and expense, which cannot be justified from public funds March 8, 2020. Suchandrika Chakrabarti. Chinese ethnic group earned 31 per cent more than white British workers in 2018, according to the Office for National Statistics, The Mayor of London's Greater London Authority Ethnicity Pay Gap Action Plan, published in January 2019,.
Commenting on the findings of today's (16 March) thematic report on race equality by HM Inspectorate of Probation, Peter Dawson, director of the Prison Reform Trust said: Different elements of the criminal justice system have regressed in their efforts to tackle race discrimination, despite the clearest possible roadmap for change from the Lammy report, and an apparent acceptance by the. Free expert advice for London's employers; Statistics & Resources. Employment / Skills. Employment Briefings. Tackling Race Inequalities. Home / Ethnicity statistics. Ethnicity statistics. Cabinet Office's Race Disparity Unit - Ethnicity, December 2020 (2) November 2020 (2) October 2020 (1
Stratford and New Town is a ward in Newham of London, England and includes areas of Stratford, Leytonstone, West Ham, Maryland, Stratford Village and Olympic Park.. In the 2011 census the population of Stratford and New Town was 17,768 and is made up of approximately 48% females and 52% males In the capital, all 36 London trusts now have at least one BME board member compared to only 16 in 2014, while 14.7% of very senior managers in London are now from a BME background. Over the past two years, the health service has also seen a boost in its medical workforce from BME backgrounds, with a 10.2% increase in BME doctors working in the NHS, an increase in nearly 4,500
7 Pay gap report 2020: Ethnicity Mean pay gap 28.7% +24.9% vs ONS The mean ethnicity pay gap in the NMC is caused by smaller numbers of BME employees in the upper quartile and upper middle quartile. There are three times as many white employees in the upper quartile 2020 Results and twice as many white employees in the upper middle quartile (Bloomberg) -- Workers from ethnic minority groups in London are paid almost a quarter less less than White British employees, by far the biggest pay gap in the country. Nationally, the difference shrank to 2.3%, the smallest since 2012, the Office for National Statistics reported Monday Population statistics describe the size, make-up of and change in the UK population. They include statistics on the number, age The official population estimates for the UK as of May 2019 were published on 06 May 2020. The next with the population density ranging from 5,700 people per square kilometre across London to fewer than 50. In a survey conducted in June 2020, 77 percent of Black respondents said that race relations in the United States have gotten worse than they were when President Trump was elected, compared to 45 percent of White respondents who said the same
United Kingdom Demographics and LocalStats Redbridge Demographics. In the 2011 census the population of Redbridge was 278,970 and is made up of approximately 51% females and 49% males World Urban Population Currently, 55.7 % of the population of the World is urban (4,299,438,618 people in 2019 Everything you need to make the right decisions. Providing the most comprehensive and up-to-date information and analysis of the Ethnic Restaurants and Takeaways - UK market, and the behaviours, preferences and habits of the consumer
Interactive data, maps and reports on the theme of Population, Demographics within the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough districts of Cambridge City, East Cambridgeshire, Fenland, Huntingdonshire, South Cambridgeshire. This includes wards within the market towns of Ely, St Neots, Huntingdon, St Ives, March, Wisbech, Chatteris and Ramsey Total: 123 (last updated 19/04/21) See also: Murder map for London homicide victims in 2020 Takieddine BouhaneWilliam AlgarKrasimir KartikovHarinder KumarNarinder LubhayaMalkit Singh DhillonCzeslaw SwiatkowskiMarc AllenEraj SeifiJames DowdellLennox AlecendorLouis JohnsonTyler RoyeLi Qing WangAsante CampbellShanur AhmedDamani MaugeDavid SiirakRicardo FullerArchie BestonAbdullahi MahmoudShadika. Statistics showing the 'conviction ratio' (the percentage of defendants convicted out of all those prosecuted) for defendants from Asian, Black, Mixed, White and Other ethnic backgrounds. Further analyses are shown by ethnicity and sex, ethnicity and age group, and ethnicity and offence Ethnicity in schoolchildren. In 2008/09 there were 35,062 pupils enrolled in Lewisham's 91 schools, 61% of which were from black and minority ethnic (BME) communities (3% not known). This percentage of BME pupils is significantly different from the proportion within the resident population
and Statistics unit with a team of others from across the church has embarked upon a project to begin to gather statistics on these ministries, due to report in Winter 2020. This report provides an overview of a complex and varied set of ministries. The context for ministry varies widely from large urban churches to network Fig 3 London iS more ethnicaLLy diverSe than engLand, with ethnicity By Borough 07 Fig 4 index oF deprivation: London haS wide diSparity in LeveLS oF deprivation acroSS BoroughS 08 Fig 5 major amputation rateS in London 09 Fig 6 minor amputation rateS in London 0 Just over half (54%) of Southwark's population is of white ethnicity, a quarter (25%) black and a third of Asian (11%) or other (10%) ethnicities. This differs from the rest of London where a considerably smaller proportion (13%) identify as black and a considerably larger proportion identify as Asian (21%) ONS' latest statistics reveal that there is 23.8% ethnicity pay gap in London, 12.7% in Yorkshire & Humberside and 10.3% in Scotland, as reported. Surprisingly many people don't realise there is a gap, nor how big it actually is, pointed out Greyson. However, she hopes Ethnicity Pay Gap Day will change that
For the attainment statistics all major ethnic groups have seen increases - which is due to the way GCSE grades were awarded in 2020 - and the ordering of the categories remains the same e.g. Pupils from the Chinese and Asian ethnic major groups do better than the remaining groups with pupils from the Black ethnic major group having the lowest attainment on average London recorded the highest rate of 179 offences involving a knife per 100,000 population 2Fin 2019/20, a slight increase on a rate of 169 in 2018/19. Durham had the lowest rate of 26 offences per 100,000 individuals (down from 31 in 2018/19). Proven offences and offender Data and statistics The College publishes information about applications, student numbers and other data. We hope you find this information useful, however if you would like to know about something that has not been published, you can ask the College to provide this through a Freedom of Information request
London. In 2014,average gross weekly pay for Redbridge residents working full time Redbridge, at £621.60 was higher than the London average (£617.80) and Great Britain average (£520.80) but for employees working in the Borough it was lower at £551.50 than the London average (£660.50) but above the Great Britain average (£520.20) Objective Ethnic differences in cardiovascular disease incidence, but not cardiovascular disease recurrence, are reported. We characterised long-term risk of major adverse cardiovascular event (MACE) and mortality following a non-fatal cardiovascular event in a British cohort of South Asians, African Caribbeans and Europeans. Methods We identified index and recurrent cardiovascular events and. Statistics The results of the 2020 NHS Staff Survey have been published today by The Co-ordination Centre (Picker Institute Europe) on behalf of NHS England and NHS Improvement. This is the eighteenth annual national survey of NHS staff
Objectives Patients from ethnic minority groups and key workers are over-represented among adults hospitalised or dying from COVID-19. In this population-based retrospective cohort, we describe the association of ethnicity, socioeconomic and family key worker status with incidence and severity of Paediatric Inflammatory Multisystem Syndrome Temporally associated with SARS-CoV-2 (PIMS-TS) (2020). Cosmopolitan Encounters: Highly Skilled Latvians in London Problematise Ethnicity and 'Eastern Europeanness'. Journal of Intercultural Studies: Vol. 41.