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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

july 2015

Dear ,

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

NEWS FROM THE EQUALITY TRUST

We launched our new campaign, Make My Council Fair, to help people tackle inequality and poverty where they live. For more details and to support the campaign, visit our website here

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PROGRESS AND DEVELOPMENTS

Official figures showed a slight increase in UK inequality since 2012-13.

Data from Eurostat shows regional inequality in the UK is the worst in Western Europe.

A new IMF study found an inverse relationship between the income share accruing to the rich and economic growth.

Economic inequality is the greatest threat facing many nations, according to the 2015 Change Readiness Index.

Millionaires are expected to control nearly half of the world's personal wealth by 2019, said the Boston Consulting Group.

An OECD report said having large banking sectors widens inequality and slows growth.

University of Michigan study showed that family income matters more than maths talent for likelihood of graduating from college.

Institute of Education researchers found inequality and social mobility are linked to access to higher education.

The Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission said elite firms exclude bright working class applicants.

LOW AND HIGH PAY

The High Pay Centre calculated that the average FTSE 100 boss is paid 150 times more than the average worker.

In America’s largest companies, CEO pay is up 54% since the recovery began while the average worker’s pay has not changed, said the Economic Policy Institute.

The new chief executive of City accountancy firm Grant Thornton announced she was capping her pay and introducing shared profits.

The Chartered Management Institute revealed that a third of failing managers still receive an average bonus of over £8,000.

Transport for London’s annual report showed more than 400 executives now earn over £100,000.

Paying high salaries to CEOs creates worse performance, suggested University of Utah research.

LIVING COSTS

The Centre for Social Justice warned that levels of UK household debt are at a record high.

The average age of a first-time buyer is now 31, according to Sunday Times research, with some deposits twice the age group’s average salary.  

Private renters in the UK pay double the European average, said the National Housing Federation.

New Energy Secretary Amber Rudd told the ‘Big Six’ providers they must pass on the 20% fall in gas and electricity costs.

A new IPPR report revealed that the poorest 10% pay 6 times more as a percentage of their income as a result of energy policies than the richest 10%.

US research showed how the poor make better financial decisions than the wealthy.

POVERTY AND SOCIAL SECURITY

Resolution Foundation analysis showed that working families could lose £1,690 in tax credits, and almost none of the cuts will fall on the best-off 40% of households.

The child poverty rise across Britain has halted progress made since 1990s, warned the Child Poverty Action Group.

Rising childcare costs have pushed 130,000 children into poverty, found research by Gingerbread and Child Poverty Action Group.

Poorer children are twice as likely to miss out on top GCSEs, found Sutton Trust research.

An Institute of Education study showed that poorer pupils are less likely to be judged above average than others who score the same in tests.

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