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Dorling, D. and Shaw, M. (1999) Inequalities in health:The evidence, Bristol: The Policy Press. , Dorling, D. and Southall, H. (2001) ‘A century of inequality in England and Wales using standardised geographical units’, Area 33, vol 3, pp 297-311. , Walsh, J. and Harrington,V. (1987) Population in Ireland: A census atlas, Dublin: Department of Geography, University College Dublin. , Dorling, D. and Rossiter, D. (2003) ‘The Conservative century? Geography and Conservative electoral success during the twentieth century’, in D.

Mixed communities by age are disappearing. 9 Age and sex THE LAST DECADE It is still the case that only a few thousand people in the UK live to be 100 and receive a telegram from the Queen (under 3,000 people were aged 100 in 2001). For almost every person who reaches the age of 90, they are entering the last decade of their life. Ten times fewer people are aged 90 and over than are included in the very elderly group just discussed. 24 million reaching these ages in 199121. Unsurprisingly perhaps, those aged 90 and over were most likely to be found in the traditional retirement areas of Torbay, Bournemouth, Eastbourne, Worthing and Conwy.

It is a Kingdom united only by history, increasingly divided by its geography. 7 People and places References Census Research Unit, OPCS (Office of Population Censuses and Surveys) and General Registrar Office (Scotland) (1980) People in Britain: A census atlas, London: HMSO. Champion, A. (1983) England and Wales ’81, Sheffield: The Geographical Association. Champion, A. and Dorling, D. (1993) ‘1991 Census figures by tenure and ethnic group’, Housing Review, vol 42, no 4, p 66. Champion, A. and Dorling, D.

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