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How Muhammad is now the most popular name  for baby boys in England and Wales
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Muhammad is the most popular name for baby boys in England and Wales Tops ONS study released today only when all variations are added together Amelia stays as the top girls name for the third year running in 2013 Olivia, Emily, Ava and Isla make up the top five most popular girls names Royal names William, Harry and George occupy three of the top 10 spots Old 'War names' like Ivy, Violet and Albert have seen a surge in popularity Analysis shows parents influenced by celebrities and popular TV shows Babies named after characters in Harry Potter and Game of Thrones The most popular boys' name in England and Wales last year was Muhammad, according to an ONS poll released earlier today. The research officially lists Oliver as the most popular boys name, with 6,949 counts, but the way the names are organised means each different spelling of Muhammad is listed separately. When all the variations are added together, including Muhammad, Mohammed and Mohammad, the name comes out top with 7,445 counts. Oliver replaced Harry as the second most popular name given to baby boys, while George jumped up to tenth place. For girls, Amelia remained the favourite for the third year running – ahead of Olivia and Emily. Multi-cultural London and the West Midlands contained the most babies named Muhammad, while Oliver came out top in the South East, South West and Wales. Last year also saw George jump into the 10 most popular boys names, following the birth of Prince George to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in July. Royal names Willilam, Harry and George now occupy three of the top 10 spots in the boys’ name league table. RWhile connections to Royalty remains popular with the public, new parents appear to want to shield their children from comparisons to politicians. The name ‘Cameron’ was one of the biggest fallers – dropping 16 places in a year and 70 places since 2003. For boys Oscar and George replaced Alfie and Riley in the top 10 most popular names, climbing from number 17 to 7 and number 12 to 10 respectively. Poppy replaced Lily in the top 10 most popular names for girls, climbing from number 13 to 7. NEXT
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