EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) created two new statuses for EU, EEA and Swiss nationals living in the UK. These are Settled Status and Pre-Settled Status. This Insight examines the existing data regarding applications under the scheme. …Read more
This briefing paper contains detailed results and analysis of the 2017 General Election, held on 8th June. It provides election results by party & constituency, as well as analysis of voter trends, MP characteristics, and more.…Read more
In the United Kingdom, there has been a long-term downward trend in both the number of deaths and the crude death rate. However, since 2011, both the number of deaths and the crude death rate have increased.…Read more
Report stage for the Civil Partnerships, Marriages and Deaths (Registration Etc.) Bill 2017-19 is scheduled for 26 October 2018. This Commons Library Briefing Paper provides information about the Bill and background material.…Read more
MPs will debate Government policy on ‘Economies of UK islands’ on Wednesday 9 May 2018 in Westminster Hall at 9.30am. The debate will be led by Alan Mak MP…Read more
Since the 1979 General Election, there have been 2,128 people elected to the House of Commons. Of these, 403 have been women and 1,725 have been men.
This publication lists all Members of the House of Commons starting from the 1979 General Election which took place on the 3 May. It is a new edition of our 2010 publication.…Read more
On 30 January 2018, there will be a Westminster Hall debate on ‘Marriage and Government policy’. The debate is sponsored by Derek Thomas MP. The debate will start at 9:30 and last 90 minutes.…Read more
Since the Government announced its ambition to reduce net migration “from the hundreds of thousands back down to the tens…Read more
This briefing paper uses statistics on migrant stocks to examine trends in the EU and non-EU migrant population living in the UK since 2007. It also provides an overview of the characteristics of migrants living in the UK, including ethnicity, religion, age structure and employment. Both EU and non-EU migrant populations are divided into smaller country groupings according to common geographies.…Read more
This Commons Library briefing paper addresses the question of the status, post-Brexit, of EU citizens currently resident in the UK and those British citizens living elsewhere in the EU.
It is updated to include a summary of the Government’s proposals of 26 June 2017.…Read more
Millennials are the generation of people now in their young adulthood. Roughly aged between 25 and 34. Millennials make up 13.9% of the total UK population.…Read more
This Commons Library Briefing Paper sets out results of the by-elections held since the 2015 election. Currently there have been 10 by-elections, the latest two were held on 23 February 2017.
Full details are presented in the associated PDF but an overview of the recent by-election results are shown below.…Read more
This pack has been produced ahead of the debate to be held in Westminster Hall at 2.30pm on Wednesday 16 November 2016 on immigration rules for international students. The Member in charge of this debate is Stuart C McDonald MP.…Read more
This month the Boundary Commissions for England, Wales, and Northern Ireland announced their initial proposals for new Parliamentary constituencies under…Read more
This note looks at the impacts of immigration on different aspects of the economy and society, including population growth, employment, earnings, public services and the public finances.…Read more
This Commons Library briefing paper is a short statistical portrait of the UK’s Polish population. It covers the size, age structure, and geographic distribution of the Polish population, and includes statistics on Polish family structure and employment.…Read more