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Northern Ireland had the lowest net migration growth of around 400, the ONS said.
London also had the largest natural change of all regions as it recorded 86,000 more births than deaths in the past year while Scotland had the lowest with 4,200 more births than deaths.
Dr Murray, who has studied Mount Etna for nearly 40 years, has worked with his team to produce lab simulations of how such activity takes place.
They concluded that despite its instability, any threat posed by the volcano’s downward trajectory will likely not arise for thousands of years.
The UK's population has grown by more than 400,000 to 63.7 million, new official figures show.
The growth of 419,900 in the past year means the UK has had the biggest growth of any country in Europe in the year to 30 June 2013 and it is now the third largest EU nation behind Germany and France, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures.
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Mount Etna – located on the Italian island of Sicily – is edging towards the Mediterranean at a rate of around 14mm per year.A more pressing concern could be the disruptive effect the sliding activity will have on the monitoring of future volcanic eruptions.Mount Etna was first recorded erupting in 1500 BC, and since then it has erupted around 200 times, with a burst of activity in recent decades.France's population grew by 319,100 in the past year to 65,480,500 while Germany's population went up by 166,200 to 80,399,300, the ONS said.
The UK had its biggest baby boom since 1972 as 813,200 births were recorded in the past year. The UK's population increase can be tracked back to the fact that there were 254,400 more births than deaths and net migration levels of 165,600, the ONS said.
The study, carried out by Dr Murray and his collaborators over the course of 11 years, was published in the journal They arrived at their conclusions using data collected with a network of precise GPS stations around the volcano that monitor tiny changes in its behaviour.