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Tables providing life expectancy are prepared and released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). These tables are now referred to as Life Tables and are published once a year.
The figures contained in the tables are derived from population estimates and information on births and deaths over a three-year period. They set out the number of years that a person could, on average, expect to live from any age from 0 to 100. There are separate tables in respect of males and females. The tables of course do not and cannot provide more specific information about individuals or groups within the population. They merely provide an average over the population and do not exclude deaths with any particular cause. In fact the policy is to include all data and not to exclude any information such as multiple deaths resulting from one incident. Thus, they provide a very broad estimate of a particular claimant’s life expectancy. The statistics do not merely provide information on the number of years a person of a given age can be expected to live. They also provide the following:
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