The gap between the richest and poorest in London
of London's wealth is owned by the richest 10% of its households. The bottom 50% own just over 5%.
greater is the income of someone just in the top 10% in London in comparison to someone just in the bottom 10%.
Inequality explains the incongruence between two pictures of London: one of the booming centre of global finance and home to many of the world’s rich, and the other of a city with high levels of poverty and deprivation.
Income inequality across England
Income inequality over time
Income inequality and housing costs
Pay inequalities across England
Changes in pay inequality
From our Twitter
Interested in the local dimension of today’s @jrf_uk report on poverty? Here are the facts for the borough of Westminster via @trustforlondon https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/data/boroughs/westminster/ …4 Dec 2017
Very worrying new national picture of poverty from @jrf_uk #solveUKpoverty https://twitter.com/jrf_uk/status/937587807786332162 …4 Dec 2017
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New report by @MiddlesexUni finds 2m workers in Britain missing out on £3bn of unpaid wages #unpaidBritain https://www.trustforlondon.org.uk/news/employers-withholding-billions-pounds-workers-britain/ …30 Nov 2017