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Release: Migration Statistics Quarterly Report, August 2011

Released: 25 August 2011

Categories: Population, Migration, International Migration

Frequency of release: Quarterly

Language: English

Geographical coverage: UK

Geographical breakdown: Other


26 September 2011

The new ONS website was launched on 27 August 2011. When material was moved from the old website to the new website, an error occurred with the transfer of Fig.1.1 from the latest Migration Statistics Quarterly Report, originally published on 25 August 2011.

This error affected the bars in the chart showing net migration for years ending June and September 2010. These were incorrectly shown as 215,000 and should have shown 226,000 and 242,000 respectively.

This error may have caused a misleading pattern of net migration during 2010. The chart has now been corrected. The original publication and all other charts and figures are unaffected.

ONS apologises for any inconvenience caused.

Temporary Removal Notice – Local Area Migration Indicator Tool.

This product has been temporarily withdrawn from the ONS website while a quality assessment takes place. ONS apologises for any inconvenience caused. For further information please contact the Migration Statistics Unit at

All source data for the removed local area migration indicator tool can be accessed directly from the data source provider, please see the attached document (16.9 Kb Pdf) for further information.


Quarterly summary of migration trends, including links to new data from ONS, DWP, the Home Office and NRS.

Data associated with this report include; provisional Long-Term International Migration (LTIM) and provisional International Passenger Survey (IPS) estimates of long term international migration, National Insurance number allocations to adult overseas nationals and control of immigration data.

Other data released alongside the report include; population by country of birth and nationality, interregional migration, and local area migration indicators.

These National Statistics are produced to high professional standards and released according to the arrangements approved by the UK Statistics Authority.

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