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2011 Census - Pre-release access, Short-term Residents for Local Authorities in England and Wales

The phrase 'Pre-release Access' refers to the practice whereby official statistics in their final form, and any accompanying written commentary, are made available to an eligible person in advance of their publication. The rules and principles which govern pre-release access are featured within the Pre-release Access to Official Statistics Order 2008.

Besides ONS staff, the following persons are given pre-release access by the period indicated before release.

 

Besides ONS staff, the following persons are given pre-release access to 2011 Census statistics twenty four hours before release: Access granted to

Organisation

Period

Home Secretary

Home Office

24 hrs

Immigration Minister

Home Office

24 hrs

Special Advisor

Home Office

24 hrs

Head of Migration Border Analysis

Home Office

24 hrs

Director of Policy

Home Office

24 hrs

Senior Research Officer: Managed Migration and Social Impacts

Home Office

24 hrs

Rapid Response Team

Home Office

24 hrs

Press Officer

Home Office

24 hrs

Secretary of State

DCLG

24 hrs

Minister of State for Faith and Communities

DCLG

24 hrs

Special Advisor to CLG Ministers

DCLG

24 hrs

Parliamentary Under Secretary (including Integration and Race Equality)

DCLG

24 hrs

Chief Statistician in Local Government Finance

DCLG

24 hrs

Statistician, Local Government Finance

DCLG

24 hrs

Special Adviser to Parliamentary Under Secretary of State

DCLG

24 hrs

Special Adviser to Minister of State for Faith and Communities

DCLG

24 hrs

Statistician - Census and Demography

Welsh Government

24 hrs

Head of Sustainable Futures Analytical Team

Welsh Government

24 hrs

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