Social Policy in a Cold Climate: Focus on London. Ruth Lupton 9 July 2013. Social Policy in A Cold Climate. The impact of economic and political changes, o n poverty and inequality in the UK, between 2007 and 2014 Phase 1 (now!)
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9 July 2013
The impact of economic and political changes, on poverty and inequality in the UK, between 2007 and 2014
Phase 1 (now!)
Phase 2 (January 2015)
In both phases:
Changes in Net Equivalised Household Income After Housing Costs 2007/8 to 2010
Changes in the 90:10 Ratio (Financial, Physical and Property Wealth 2006/08 to 2008/10
wealth at the 10th percentile in London stayed flat while in England generally it rose 14.3 per cent
But median wealth increased 7.6 per cent in London, compared with a 1.3 per cent fall in England generally.
At 90th percentile, wealth increased 8 per cent in London, but only 0.4 per cent elsewhere.
Different story if pension rights included
Inner London driving the improvements in qualifications
Particularly strong performance of FSM pupils in Inner London