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The Joseph Rowntree Foundation is an independent social change organisation working to
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People are frustrated at the failure of politics to loosen poverty’s grip by delivering the jobs, investment and opportunities needed so their families and local economies can thrive: 
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. 2h
Our series with features in top ten - read long-read from Portsmouth here:
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Frank Lawton 6h
'As Portsmouth demonstrates, the most deeply ingrained poverty can be found in places that appear to be doing alright' - kicks off + 's new series with an acute look at the issues facing the south coast
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CapX 6h
The rebalancing debate must be about much more than North vs South
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CapX 7h
What options does the next PM have to rebalance the UK economy?
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ODI Leeds 7h
Last week, we announced a brand new project with about local growth funding in the UK. We are busy getting some open events ready for mid-August so until then, check out the blog post for more info :)
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John Ashmore 12h
My long read on the challenges facing Britain's 'northern city on the south coast' is the first piece for our series with
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Danny Wright 11h
Have a read of brilliant report from Portsmouth for - gets under the skin of the challenges facing towns and cities. Over the next few weeks, we'll be hearing MPs' ideas for how they can be addressed:
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CapX 11h
To kick off our series with , CapX acting editor reports from Portsmouth, the 'northern city on the south coast'
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. 8h
Today, and JRF are launching an exciting new series focusing on how the next Prime Minister should tackle the longstanding imbalances in the British economy. Read new piece:
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. 11h
Replying to @CapX @Smashmore86
NEW: What options does the next PM have to rebalance the UK economy? Our series with will explore how we can unlock prosperity across our towns and cities after Brexit. kicks things off with a report from Portsmouth:
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. Jul 17
In-work is the problem of our times as millions have been swept into poverty through low wages, low hours and rising costs. We must make righting the wrong of poverty the number one priority after Brexit. in
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. Jul 17
. argues it is vital that politicians listen to the concerns of people in areas that voted to Leave, if we want to properly tackle regional inequalities. Worth reading ’ preview of our joint project with which does this
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David Leese Jul 17
quotes JRF, "in-work poverty is the problem of our time", and asks that a Labour government is judged by its record on tackling poverty.
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. Jul 17
Replying to @claire_ainsley
Here is our response from :
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. Jul 17
Parents should not be forced to decide whether to feed themselves or their children. In-work is the problem of our time, and the next Labour Government will commit to eliminating it by the end of its first term. speaks
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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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Calum Masters Jul 17
. opens today’s event by arguing we cannot allow stagnant to be normalised. It is not normal and we can do something about it!
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Helen Barnard Jul 17
Tune into at 9.20 to hear me & talk about Labour's pledge to end in-work poverty: what would it take to deliver? Could it break the political deadlock? Find out more in the landmark research from & this week:
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