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We investigated whether rates of children in care have been growing or falling across all English local authorities according to their party political leadership.
Around a million children in the UK are living in destitution – with harmful consequences for their development4 min read
Recent analysis reveals a 61% increase in destitution in the UK since 2019, with 3.8 million people affected in 2022. Of concern is the steep rise in destitution among children (an 88% increase), impacting their long-term development and perpetuating societal inequalities.
The cost of living crisis can’t wait for the next election: Three key issues the UK government needs to tackle now5 min read
Governmental support is failing the country’s most vulnerable households. Politicians need to act now.
Ed Balls and George Osborne’s new podcast is essential listening – but not for the reasons they think6 min read
In a new podcast, former chancellor George Osborne and former shadow chancellor Ed Balls have revealed how their parties collaborated on devising some of the most damaging policies of the past 20 years.
Poverty in Britain is firmly linked to the country’s mountain of private wealth – Labour must address this growing inequality5 min read
The Labour Party used to radically advocate for common ownership. But as private wealth in Britain benefits from ever-greater tax breaks, anti-inequality sentiment is waning.