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New Thinking on Poverty in the UK: Any Lessons for the South?

New Thinking on Poverty in the UK: Any Lessons for the South?, ODIOverseas Development Institute (London) Briefing Paper, 2000 (9) November

On a global scale, absolute poverty is concentrated in the South – but relative poverty and real deprivation also exist in the North. In the UK, over a quarter of people live in low income households, with worse health, lower life-expectancy, lower levels of social participation, and worse life chances than those above the poverty line. Children are disproportionately disadvantaged................. (see link in title for full article)

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