Both inequality and poverty cause health and social problems – they are forces that need to be tackled together.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(22 Sep 2011)
With a stagnant economy and banking reform years away, inequality between rich and
poor still looms large. New research by Karen Rowlingson for the Joseph Rowntree
Foundation shows that a combination of inequality and poverty can lead to serious health
and social problems, and we cannot address one adequately without looking at the other.
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