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Local Authorities and Child Poverty: Balancing Threats and Opportunities
The high levels of child poverty in the UK are currently costing the country at least £29 billion a year – or £1,098 per household – according to this research by Loughborough University. The research, commissioned by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, shows the cost of child poverty in terms of financial impact on every local authority in the UK.
Leadership briefing issue 7.12(84)