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|Superseded files||Reason for update||Date superseded|
|xls (3.5 MB)||Scheduled update/revision||3 August 2021 09:30|
|xlsx (1.2 MB)||Scheduled update/revision||14 October 2020 09:30|
|xlsx (1.3 MB)||Scheduled update/revision||15 August 2019 09:30|
|xlsx (1.3 MB)||Scheduled update/revision||6 August 2018 14:48|
|xls (1.2 MB)||Scheduled update/revision||6 August 2018 09:30|
|xls (1.2 MB)||Scheduled update/revision||2 August 2017 09:30|
|xls (1.1 MB)||Scheduled update/revision||2 August 2017 09:30|
|xls (264.2 kB)||Scheduled update/revision||29 November 2016 11:28|
|xls (179.7 kB)||Scheduled update/revision||9 September 2016 09:30|
|xls (169.0 kB)||
Correction See correction
In February 2016 an error was discovered in the population data that had resulted in the publication of incorrect mortality rates for the local authorities of St Albans and Welwyn Hatfield between 2006 and 2011. Local authority data for 2012-14 is not affected; and regional and national level data is also unaffected. Mortality rates for these two local areas has been recalculated and a corrected dataset was published on 05 February 2016.
|5 February 2016 09:30|
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