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Population of England and Wales revealed in new census data


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The population of England and Wales has grown by more than 3.5 million (6.3%) in 10 years, from 56.1 to 59.6 million, new census data reveals.

There are now more people aged 65 and over than ever before - accounting for 18.6% of the population, compared to 16.4% in 2011, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures show.

Since the last census on 27 March that year, populations have increased in all English regions and in Wales - with the East of England experiencing the highest growth - an increase of 8.3%, or roughly 488,000 residents.

Population of England and Wales revealed in new census data (msn.com)

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