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Monitoring poverty and social exclusion 2015

@inproceedings{MacInnes2012MonitoringPA,
  title={Monitoring poverty and social exclusion 2015},
  author={Tom MacInnes and Adam Tinson and Ceri Hughes and Theo Barry-Born and Hannah Aldridge},
  year={2012}
}
The 'low-pay, no-pay' jobs market keeps millions in poverty and holds the economy back The annual Monitoring poverty report, written by the New Policy Institute, analyses trends to tell the story of poverty in the UK today. A set of 50 indicators covers a wide range of issues, ranging from low income, worklessness and debt, to ill-health and education. The report reveals the extent of in-work poverty and the dynamic nature of poverty, caused by people cycling in and out of work and an… 

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