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IFS Jun 19
Replying to @TheIFS
Severe forms of material deprivation have fallen by a fifth since 2010–11. 📏 Get more insights from our flagship report:
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1421 Aug 6
In the past years has has a major focus on cleaning up and improving the in rural areas. Since the start of 2019 over 80 million tonnes of , , and are cleaned. Also over 10 million have been .
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David Leese Jul 17
At the launch of annual report on . Despite the current picture, opening message is that we must avoid fatalism, it doesn't have to be like this.
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. Jul 17
have economic concerns at the fore of their minds when deciding how to cast their vote. The next Prime Minister has to prioritise action on if they want to win this group’s support.
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Amit Mar 24
If a nation can be fooled to vote for , , , etc, then that nation deserves to be slave of handful. , , & , etc are issues.
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Anthony Albanese Jul 15
Good to meet with ⁦⁩ about jobs, wages and the economy
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Nancy Hey Feb 10
Replying to @Work_Life_You
New Zealand structuring wellbeing ideas for different levels of government policy
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Gustavo Cabello 💚 Jan 5
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. Jul 6
In case you missed it, here's our new report by - A Minimum Income Standard for the United Kingdom in 2019. It finds that many households are being held back from reaching a decent minimum standard of living
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Kym Goodes Aug 13
Great to have Health Minister Sarah Courtney MP ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁦⁩ working together with Tas leaders & community to improve the health & wellbeing of Tasmanian’s
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Tony Blair Institute Jun 19
New report on by shows the positive impact reforms to the tax and welfare system (particularly the introduction of tax credits & benefit increases) by the last Labour Government had on tackling in-work poverty ⬇️
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Elena Magrini Jun 19
Income growth for lowest earners has been negative last year. And that's very different from previous periods. Why? 1. No employment growth at the bottom 2. No growth in earnings for those at the bottom. 3. Lower income from benefits. Via event.
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Trust for London Mar 17
Over half of London’s children live in households which have an income below the Minimum Income Standard
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Vern L Aug 19
Heres a tip for on how to advance any economy; and DON’T purchase goods and services at same rate do! If you want to SELL more and increase / in US then ensure have a or better!
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Emma Stewart Jul 17
Concerning analysis from . Suggests employer assumption more hours worked =more productivity. Will limit ability to maximise talent of skilled part time workers. need to think differently about how we design work to benefit business and workers
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NZHERA Aug 22
Are you forward thinking & wanting to know more about the underpining the & how the industry should think about it? Then listen to our latest
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IFS Jun 19
Younger adults saw the biggest falls in income in the wake of the Great Recession, but have bounced back almost to pre-recession levels by 2017. More insights from our flagship report, funded by :
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IFS Jul 16
New research is out today on in the UK. After 5 years of reasonable post-recession income growth, the latest data show median income growth stalled in 2017–18, for only the 4th time in the last 30 years. Our recent research:
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Andy Reed Jun 19
Really interesting thread on from
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Nav Rai Mar 5
Our new report with will be on tomorrow. It shows how many Londoners can afford a socially acceptable minimum standard of living...and how many can't
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