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Monthly News from the Equality Trust

The Equality Trust works to improve the quality of life in the UK by reducing income inequality.


 Because more equal societies work better for everyone

november 2015

Dear ,

Please find the latest monthly round-up of research and news around pay and income inequality. This can also be found on our website here.


At our annual conference, Inequality Today 2015, our supporters saw a preview screening of new documentary The Divide, which tells the human story of inequality. Professors Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson were on hand to respond. Our guest speaker Professor Mike Savage provided an excellent explaination of how the subject of his book – renewed interest in social class – has coincided with growing concern about inequality. You can read more about the day here.

In the press, The Equality Trust was quoted in the Telegraph, The Sun, the Daily Express and the Daily Mirror, discussing the link between life expectancy gaps and economic inequality. And for Equal Pay Day, we wrote in Left Foot Forward about how reducing the gender pay gap can help reduce income inequality overall.

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Polling for Ipsos Mori’s monthly Issues Index shows public concern about poverty and inequality is at its joint highest level ever.

State school pupils are likely to do better at university than privately educated pupils who start with similar grades, according to Cambridge University research.

The UK infant death rate is one of the worst among all Western countries and experts have said inequality could be to blame.

Michael Marmot’s annual review of inequality and health showed ‘Middle England’ is stagnating in quality of life improvement.

On wealth inequality, the IFS showed 5 per cent of people have assets exceeding £1.2m, while 9 per cent have none at all.



The Guardian revealed the majority of top CBI companies fail to pay the Living Wage.

Research by the Resolution Foundation and CIPD showed the new higher minimum wage will push up wages at 54 per cent of employers.

Companies should reveal pay ratios between bosses and average workers, argued a new report from the High Pay Centre.

The Labour Research Department warned that the salary gap between average wages and those of top executives is widening each year.


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Official figures showed Britain's cost-of-living crisis is preventing millions of people from saving for retirement, especially low-income workers.

The lack of affordable homes will exclude 350,000 people from the housing market by 2020, according to analysis by Savills.



The Joseph Rowntree Foundation said more young people than over-65s are living in poverty, due to lack of decent jobs and affordable homes.

The number of kids in poverty in private rented houses has doubled in 10 years, found New Policy Institute research. 

Flaws in Universal Credit are leaving vulnerable people penniless, according to a Citizens Advice study.

Scottish children from poor backgrounds are twice as likely to face police action as rich children who commit the same crime.



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