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MPs listen to real-life experience of poverty
At the July 2011 meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Poverty, MPs listened to one teenager's experiences of poverty.
Make sure your MP attends the APPG lecture!
There is to be a major lecture at Parliament about poverty issues. We need you to make sure your MP attends!
FileNovember 2011 briefing 1: tackling tax avoidance
FileNovember 2011 briefing 2: social mobility and child poverty update
FileJune 2011 briefing 1: child poverty
There are currently nearly four million children living in poverty; that’s roughly one in three children. Children living in poverty can face significant ...
FileMarch 2011 briefing 1: pay inequality
Income discrepancies within organisations and society at large are now so high they cannot be dismissed as a fair reflection on the value of certain types of ...
FileMarch 2011 briefing 2: the 2011 Budget
In his budget on 23 March the Chancellor made no mention of people in poverty in the UK or the problems which will be faced due to changes in the welfare ...
FileMarch 2011 briefing 3: the Poverty Premium
Low-income households can be at a great disadvantage when purchasing goods and services because their income can make it harder for them to buy products at the ...

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