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Suicide numbers in the UK since the start of the first lockdown (MARCH 18, 2020 - PRESENT)

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Dear Care Quality Commission,

I am a journalist covering mental health and suicides in the UK .

I am interested to have a breakdown of the suicide numbers in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland from March 18, 2020 - Present.

I look forward to hearing from you

Yours faithfully,

Charlene Rodrigues

Information Access, Care Quality Commission

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Dear Ms Rodrigues

 

I acknowledge receipt of your correspondence dated 9 April 2021 in which
you made a request for information.

 

Your request is as follows:

 

“I am interested to have a breakdown of the suicide numbers in England,
Wales, Scotland,  Northern Ireland from March 18, 2020 - Present.”

 

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Dear Ms Rodrigues

 

I write in response to your correspondence dated 9 April in which you made
the following request for information:

 

“I am a journalist covering mental health and suicides in the UK .

 

I am interested to have a breakdown of the suicide numbers in England,
Wales, Scotland,  Northern Ireland from March 18, 2020 - Present.”

 

CQC has considered your request in accordance with the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 (FOIA).

 

Our first obligation under the legislation is to confirm whether we do or
do not hold the requested information.

 

In accordance with section 1(1) of FOIA we are able to confirm that CQC
does not hold recorded information in relation to this matter.

 

We would suggest that you contact the Office for National Statistics and
the National Confidential Inquiry on Suicide and Homicides. They may be
able to assist you with this request.

 

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Yours sincerely

 

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Senior Information Access Officer

Information Access team

Governance and Legal Services

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