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5-year rise in low pay in London finally halts

But huge jumps over the decade; in 2006 6% of full-time jobs were low paid, it's now 12% In 2006 30% of part-time jobs were low paid, it's now 43% New analysis from New Policy Institute - funded by... Read more...

New analysis of economic outcomes by social class

The Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion at LSE has published new analysis by social class of the impact of the financial crash in 2007 and the subsequent economic downturn. The analysis shows that average household income for Londoners in... Read more...

Despite cuts to housing benefit, claimants are remaining in London

Hannah Aldridge, Head of Analysis at New Policy Institute (authors of London's Poverty Profile and Movements of housing benefit claimants in London), examines the effect of cuts to housing benefits on London's claimant population. There has been widespread concern that... Read more...

Improving this website

We would really like your feedback on the London's Poverty Profile website. By answering a few short questions, you can help us find out what is and isn't working on the website - so that we can make it better.... Read more...

Half of London's self-employed low-paid

New research, released today by the Social Market Foundation (SMF) think-tank, reveals that almost half (49%) of UK self-employed are in low pay on an hourly basis, compared with just 22% of UK employees. When pay is looked at on... Read more...

Food poverty: 1 in 3 London boroughs have cut meals on wheels, new report shows

Last week London's first comprehensive food poverty report was released which looks Beyond the Food Bank at what local authorities are doing to help the most vulnerable access food. Read more...

Blog: What's happening to poverty and opportunity in London? The good, the bad and the ugly

Chief Executive of the Resolution Trust, Gavin Kelly, spoke at the launch of London's Poverty Profile 2015, responding to the findings. He also wrote a blog based on the talk he gave at the launch, which was originally posted on... Read more...

London's Poverty Profile 2015 launched

We're very pleased to announce the latest report in the London's Poverty Profile series launched on 21 October 2015 Read the press release Download the key findings Download the new report The fifth report in the series, London's Poverty Profile... Read more...

London's Poverty Profile 2015 launch date announced

We're very pleased to announce that London Poverty Profile 2015 will be launched on 21 October 2015. The fifth report in the series, London's Poverty Profile 2015 looks at how London has recovered from the recession in terms of unemployment,... Read more...

Child poverty rates highlighted as forthcoming report features in the Evening Standard

The Evening Standard used figures from the upcoming new London Poverty Profile report in its piece on child poverty in the social housing and private rented sector this week. Part of David Cohen's series looking at life on Brixton's Angell... Read more...

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5-year rise in low pay in London finally halts

But huge jumps over the decade; in 2006 6% of full-time jobs were low paid, it's now 12% In... More...

New analysis of economic outcomes by social class

The Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion at LSE has published new analysis by social class of the impact of... More...

Despite cuts to housing benefit, claimants are remaining in London

Hannah Aldridge, Head of Analysis at New Policy Institute (authors of London's Poverty Profile and Movements of housing benefit claimants... More...

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