The Institute for Fiscal Studies says that nearly two thirds of British children living in poverty are in working families and that tax and benefit changes announced in the budget will increase inequality. 16.7.2015

In its annual poverty and inequality report the Institute for Fiscal Studies  says that nearly two thirds of British children living in poverty are in working families and that tax and benefit changes announced in the budget will increase inequality. 16.7.2015

A report by the Office for Economic Cooperation and Development shows continuing growth in inequality in developed countries, with UK being the most unequal in European Union. The top 10% of households in UK now earn more than times more than the bottom 10%. Wall Street Journal 21.5.15

A report by the Office for Economic Cooperation and Development shows continuing growth in inequality in developed countries, with UK being the most unequal in European Union. The top 10% of households in UK now earn more than times more than the bottom 10%. Wall Street Journal...

The latest figures published by the Trussell Trust show that over 1,000,000 people have received at least three days’ emergency food from the charity’s foodbanks in the last twelve months, more than in any previous year. The data indicates that despite signs of economic recovery, the numbers of people turning to foodbanks continues to grow. Trussell Trust April 22nd 2015

The latest figures published by the Trussell Trust show that over 1,000,000 people have received at least three days’ emergency food from the charity’s foodbanks in the last twelve months, more than in any previous year. The data indicates that despite signs of economic recovery, the numbers of people turning to foodbanks continues to grow. Trussell Trust April 22nd...

The worlds leading economic think tank says that the top 10% of the population now earn 9.5 times the income of the poorest 10%, up seven times from what it was in the 1980s and that this is damaging economic growth. The evidence does not show a ‘trickle-down’ effect from the rich to the poor.

The worlds leading economic think tank says that the top 10% of the population now earn 9.5 times the income of the poorest 10%, up seven times from what it was in the 1980s and that this is damaging economic growth. The evidence does not show a ‘trickle-down’ effect from the rich to the poor. Organisation for Economic Cooperation and...