UK-born children of EU nationals in the UK: historical, national and local perspectives

5 June 2019

This research shows that the share of births to at least one EU parent has been increasing since the mid-2000s. In 2016 it was 12% of all births in England and Wales, 13% in Northern Ireland, and 10% in Scotland.

The study also shows a change in the main countries of birth of EU parents, where the share of births to mothers and fathers from 2004 accession countries has increased.

Download Eurochildren's UK born children of EU nationals in the UK historical national and local perspectives report

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