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Population Statistics

Volume 175: debated on Tuesday 3 July 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what is the proportion of the Northern Ireland population aged (a) under 10 years, (b) under 15 years, (c) under 20 years, (d) under 25 years, (e) under 35 years, (f) over 60 years, (g) over 65 years and (h) over 80 years.

Period EndingPublic Funding £Source
31 December 1978140,953Department of Manpower Services
31 December 1979272,624Department of Manpower Services
31 December 1980393,890Department of Manpower Services
7,500Historical Buildings Council (Department of the Environment)
16,161European Social Fund
3 December 1981387,960Department of Manpower Services
5,000Historical Buildings Council (Department of the Environment)
31 December 1982585,565Department of Manpower Services
31 March 1983179,810Department of Economic Development
31 March 1984670,728Department of Economic Development
31 March 1985807,898Department of Economic Development
31 March 1986815,437Department of Economic Development
31 March 1987986,000Department of Economic Development
31 March 1988975,081Department of Economic Development
31 March 19891,148,980Department of Economic Development
31 March 19901,301,134Department of Economic Development
The purpose of this funding was to provide training and work experience for the development of young people in the Londonderry area.The Derry youth and community workshop has not been investigated by either the Fair Employment Agency or the Fair Employment Commission. The latter determines its own investigation policy.