Living standards poverty and inequality in the UK: 2019

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Bourquin, Pascale; Cribb, Jonathan; Waters, Tom
Institute for Fiscal Studies
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19 June 2019
Poverty Alleviation Welfare Benefits and Financial Inclusion, Social Policy
Social welfare
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This report examines how living standards, most commonly measured by households’ incomes, have changed for different groups in the UK, and the consequences that these changes have for income inequality and for measures of deprivation and poverty.

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