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The effects of poverty in the UK cost the average taxpayer £1,200 a year, and the UK £78bn in total, with the NHS bearing the brunt, a report suggests.

The effects of poverty in the UK cost the average taxpayer a year, and the UK in total, with the NHS bearing the brunt, a report suggests.

Children who live in poverty are more likely to be solitary and to fall out with friends or be bullied, the National Children’s Bureau says

Children in poverty more likely to have problems with friendships, study shows

research showing the impact of poverty on children including relationships - concerning to think about long term impact

The cost of disruption caused by damage on the rail line in Exeter is between £5 million and £10 million, according to business leaders.  The main railway line near Exeter will be out of...

The cost of disruption caused by damage on the rail line in Exeter is between million and million, according to business leaders. The main railway line near Exeter will be out of.

Cancer cases in children 'up 40% in under 20 years' - http://www.freshcancernews.com/cancer-cases-in-children-up-40-in-under-20-years/

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NHS to lose 50,000 jobs, trade unions say - BBC News

'More than 50,000' NHS jobs to go

Unions say more than NHS jobs will be lost over the next five years, but the Conservatives call the claims "misleading".

Amid the opulence of Silicon Valley lay pockets of abject poverty, despair and gangs.

Struggling in the shadow of Silicon Valley wealth

Amid the opulence of Silicon Valley lay pockets of abject poverty, despair and gangs.

A £126m contract to run four NHS community hospitals in north Kent is awarded to the Sir Richard Branson company Virgin Care.

Virgin to run community hospitals

A contract to run four NHS community hospitals in north Kent is awarded to the Sir Richard Branson company Virgin Care.

Piketty's Inequality Story in Six Charts : The New Yorker

Piketty’s Inequality Story in Six Charts

Thomas Piketty’s new book examines historical and modern inequality, suggesting a “potentially terrifying” trajectory.

A&E cuts will hit 23m people, British Medical Association says

A&E cuts will hit 23m people, doctors say

A&E cuts will hit 23m people, British Medical Association says

Characteristics of Working-Age Adults Living in Poverty and Working Part-Time, March 2015

Characteristics of Working-Age Adults Living in Poverty and Working Part-Time, March 2015

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