Tag: health inequality

Briefing 37: People in poor areas die younger

Briefing 37: People in poor areas die younger

4 July 2014 Life expectancy in rich areas is nearly a decade longer than in the poorest parts of the UK


Briefing 35: The Poor cannot afford to eat as healthily as the rich

Briefing 35: The Poor cannot afford to eat as healthily as the rich

20 June 2014 Poor people spend a much higher proportion of their income on food than richer households, yet still struggle to afford a healthy diet


Briefing 34: People in the UK cannot afford to eat

Briefing 34: People in the UK cannot afford to eat

13 June 2014 Though the UK's total wealth is amongst the highest in the world, many people across the country cannot afford to eat


Briefing 33: Poor households spend more of their income on fuel than the richest

Briefing 33: Poor households spend more of their income on fuel than the richest

4 June 2014 The poorest 20% spend an average 11% of household income on energy. The richest 20% spend just 3%


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