Jack is the most popular boy's name in England and Wales for the 13th year running, Grace is the most popular for baby girls
Jack is the most popular boy's name in England and Wales for the 13th year running, while Grace is the most popular for baby girls in 2007.
In the girls' top five, Ruby is at number two, up two; 2006's top name Olivia is down two places to three; while Emily is up one to four and Jessica down two to five.
The boys' top five looks almost the same as last year. Thomas remains at number two, Oliver rises one place to number three, Joshua drops one to number four and there is no change for Harry at number five.
There are just two new entries in the girls' top 50. Ava leaps 23 places to number 41 while Summer rises 15 places to number 44.
The boys' top 50 sees three new entries this year. Jayden climbs 36 places to become the highest new entry at 32, followed by Isaac and Finley, which both go up 13 places to numbers 42 and 47 respectively.
Other girls' names gaining popularity this year are Isabelle (up nine to 20), Imogen (up 14 to 34) and Sophia (up 12 to 37). Significant climbers in the boys' top 50 are Alfie (up six to number 10) and Oscar (up 8 to 39).
Mohammed continues its long-term increasing popularity this year and moves up five places to number 17, while Muhammad also gained popularity (up six places to number 38).
Anna and Paige drop out the girls' top 50 this year while Bradley, Rhys and Kyle all leave the boys' top 50.
In Wales alone, the top boy's name is Jack and the top girl's name is Ruby.
The most popular names in Northern Ireland are Jack and Katie. The most popular names in Scotland are Lewis and Sophie.
2007 results for the Republic are not yet available but here are the results for last year: