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The Living Standards Audit 2022
Not heating, eating or meeting bills: managing a cost of living crisis on a low income
The Income Crisis: a Gendered Analysis
New research shows local economies losing £4.5 million a year to the poverty premium
Time for parents
Pressure points: Where, and how, to focus Government support for households facing surging energy bills
Economic Insecurity and Voting Intention
Losing the inflation race: Poorly targeted policy is failing to prevent an income crisis
Over one million babies and young children living in poverty according to new report
Stepping up: public attitudes to addressing the cost of living crisis
Top income inequality and tax policy
Discriminatory pricing: Exploring the 'ethnicity penalty' in the insurance market
Data analysis shows 1 in 4 London households will be in poverty by April
Measuring poverty before the Covid-19 pandemic
23.4 million people unable to afford the cost of living this spring
The Double Whammy: Mapping the UK’s personal debt
New data shows food insecurity major challenge to levelling up agenda
Labour market effects of the increase in the state pension age from 65 to 66
Capital concerns: Poverty in London and the role of business in helping tackle it
UK Poverty 2022: The essential guide to understanding poverty in the UK
Household total wealth in Great Britain: April 2018 to March 2020
Inequality and the Covid crisis in the United Kingdom
The new consumer trilemma?
Half of UK families are £110 worse off a year since 2019 general election
Home county: Options for taxing main residence capital gains
The impact of a proportional property tax in London
Youngest baby boomers risk becoming a ‘forgotten generation’ with inequality skyrocketing and financial pressures worsening
Jobs that work: Paving the way for good jobs through participatory co-design
The impact of health on economic security
An intergenerational audit for the UK
Hunger and the welfare state: Food insecurity among benefit claimants during COVID-19
How inequality undermines institutions
Prosperity and justice after the pandemic
Why do wealthy parents have wealthy children?
SMC calls for children to be put centre stage of pandemic recovery
Living standards, poverty and inequality in the UK: 2021
Unequal pandemic, fairer recovery
No longer 'managing': The rise of working poverty and fixing Britain's broken social settlement
State of Hunger
The UK's decisive decade | The launch report of The Economy 2030 Inquiry
Inheritances and inequality
The State of Economic Justice in Birmingham and the Black Country 2021
Household income inequality, UK: financial year ending 2020
UK Poverty 2020/21
An intergenerational audit for the UK 2020
The Living Standards Audit 2020
A Minimum Income Standard for the United Kingdom in 2020
Measuring Poverty 2020
Evidence Into Action - disparities in risks and outcomes of COVID-19
Living standards, poverty and inequality in the UK 2020
Who wins and who pays? Rentier power and the Covid crisis
Is there a public consensus on what it means to be rich?
An English Atlas of Inequality (2019)
A Rising Tide: Levelling up left-behind Britain
Framing toolkit: Talking about poverty
Rethinking poverty: What makes a good society?
Talking about poverty: how experts and the public understand UK poverty
The Society We Want
Public attitudes towards poverty
Just Deserts? Attitudes to Fairness, Poverty and Welfare Reform
Understanding attitudes to tackling economic inequality
Public attitudes to economic inequality

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