Details of request “Number and percentage of 16-24 year old currently in in the UK, by ethnicity, age and sex

Event history

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id event_type created_at described_state last_described_at calculated_state link
3071594  sent  2018-05-18 15:23:32 +0100  waiting_response  2018-05-18 15:23:32 +0100  waiting_response  outgoing  
3080619  response  2018-05-21 09:06:33 +0100    2018-05-29 09:14:02 +0100  successful  incoming  
3111519  status_update  2018-05-29 09:14:02 +0100  successful  2018-05-29 09:14:02 +0100  successful   
3464270  edit  2018-08-30 03:46:01 +0100         
3464271  edit  2018-08-30 03:46:01 +0100         
3464272  edit  2018-08-30 03:46:01 +0100         
4637378  edit  2019-05-30 03:47:37 +0100         
4637379  edit  2019-05-30 03:47:37 +0100         
4637380  edit  2019-05-30 03:47:37 +0100         
4637381  edit  2019-05-30 03:47:37 +0100         
4637382  edit  2019-05-30 03:47:37 +0100         
4637383  edit  2019-05-30 03:47:37 +0100         

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