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Table identifying the most deprived LSOAs in Warwick county and each District on the Indices of Deprivation 2007.
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Warwickshire CC (2008) State of Warwickshire report: page 13 (Local Information System)$file/The%20State%20of%20Warwickshire%202008.pdf
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