Population 'vulnerable' as figures fall over the past decade
The number of births on the Isle of Man continued to decline throughout 2020.
That's despite predictions of a second 'baby boom'.
Figures have fallen by 35% over the past decade - 660 babies were born last year compared to in 2010 when that number surpassed 1,000.
Paul Craine is the author of 'The Isle of Man Population Atlas' and calls it a 'baby bust':