London's Poverty Profile 2021: COVID-19 and poverty in London

London's Poverty Profile 2021: COVID-19 and poverty in London

London's Poverty Profile 2021: COVID-19 and poverty in London

Trust for London has published the London's Poverty Profile report 2021: COVID-19 and poverty in London. 

Despite living in a global city with a level of economic performance to be proud of, many Londoners struggle to make ends meet, secure good quality affordable housing, or tie down the decent work they need to lift themselves above the poverty line. As a result, poverty is higher in London than in any other region or country in the UK. Across a wide range of indicators, there is a gulf in outcomes between Londoners on low incomes and those who are better off, both in the capital and across the rest of the UK.

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Explore the five themes of London's Poverty Profile to find out more about poverty and inequality in the capital, as well as new working papers and the latest indicator updates on the Trust for London website.
 

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