Posted on November 7th 2016 by Laurence Guinness
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End Child Poverty collects data and publishes figures on the level of child poverty in each constituency, local authority and ward in the UK.

The most recent figures (Nov 2016)  reveal that Child poverty is the highest in large cities, particularly in London.  As the table  illustrates, among the top ten LA’s with the highest levels of childhood poverty, 6 are located in London.

For more data visit: http://www.endchildpoverty.org.uk/

Laurence Guinness

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