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|Table 2: Number of deaths where obesity was mentioned anywhere on the death certificate( 1) by age group,( 2) England( 3) East Sussex and Lewes constiuency,( 4) 2000-08( 5)|
|(1) Cause of death was defined using the International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision (ICD-9) code 278.0 (Obesity) for the year 2000 and Tenth Revision (ICD-10) code E66 (Obesity) for 2001 onwards. Figures are included where obesity was mentioned anywhere on the death certificate, either as the underlying cause or as a contributory factor.|
(2) There are 11 years within age group (a) and 10 years within age groups (b) and (c), so the figures are not completely comparable.
(3) Figures for England exclude deaths of non-residents.
(4) Based on boundaries as of 2009.
(5) Figures are for deaths registered in each calendar year.
Adam Afriyie: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office on what pay band her Department's chief information officer (CIO) is employed; whether the CIO is employed on a fixed-term or permanent contract; and what the size is of the budget for which the CIO is responsible in the period 2009-10. 
Grant Shapps: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office if she will place in the Library a copy of the results of her Department's most recent staff survey; which organisation carried out the survey; and what the cost of the survey was. 
The supplier of the Cabinet Office October 2009 people survey was ORC International which was procured by the Department to deliver the first cross-civil service people survey. The people survey replaced all existing staff surveys in the civil service with a single questionnaire.
Mr. Drew: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office what estimate she has made of the number and proportion of people employed in manufacturing in (a) the UK, (b) Gloucestershire and (c) Stroud constituency in (i) 1980, (ii) 1990, (iii) 2000 and (iv) the latest year for which figures are available. 
As Director General for the Office for National Statistics, I have been asked to reply to your recent Parliamentary Question concerning what estimate has been made of the number and proportion of people employed in manufacturing in (a) the UK, (b) Gloucestershire and (c) Stroud constituency in (i) 1980, (ii) 1990, (iii) 2000 and (iv) the latest year for which figures are available. (310984)
Table 1 shows the number of employees in the manufacturing sector for the United Kingdom. Table 2 shows the number of employees in the manufacturing sector at the regional level. Figures for both tables are for the number of employees and exclude self employed. At a regional level figures are unavailable for 1980 and 1990 and so estimates for the nearest available period have been provided.
|Table 1: Number and proportion of employees in the manufacturing sector in the United Kingdom|
|Period||Employees (thousand)||Proportion of people employed in the manufacturing sector (percentage)|
Figures are based on a quarterly series. 1980, 1990, 2000 are based on quarter 4, 2008 is based on quarter 3. This is consistent with the annual figures in table 2.
|Table 2: Number and proportion of employees in the manufacturing sector in Gloucestershire and Stroud constituency|
|Period||Employees (thousand)||Proportion (percentage)||Employees (thousand)||Proportion (percentage)|
|(1) Figures are from the Census of employment based on SIC(68).|
(2) Figures are from the Annual Census of Employment.
(3) Figures are from the Annual Business Inquiry. Estimates from the Annual Business Inquiry for 2000 and 2008 are on different bases. An assessment of changes in survey methodology suggests that the estimated total number of employees for the manufacturing sector for GB was increased by 8,000 or 0.3 per cent. Direct comparisons of employee estimates over these different periods and surveys should be treated with caution.
As Director General for the Office for National Statistics, I have been asked to reply to your question asking how many adults were living in marriage in each year since 1980. (310670)
The attached table shows the married population aged 16 and over, resident in Great Britain, for the years 1981, 1986 and annually from 1991 to 2008. Estimates of the married population are not available for all years in the 1980s.
These figures are based on the mid-year population estimates and mid-2008 is the latest year for which data are available. They relate to Great Britain rather than the United Kingdom because population estimates by marital status are not available for Northern Ireland.
|Mid-year married population aged 16 and over, resident in Great Britain|
|Married persons (thousand) aged 16+|
|(1 )Scottish data for 1981 is taken from the 1981 Census and refers to the married population on 5 April.|
Office for National Statistics (ONS) and
General Register Office for Scotland (GROS)
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