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London working parents face 'toxic' costs package

01 September 2015
Mothers in couples in London are significantly less likely to be working than their counterparts elsewhere, new research from Child Poverty Action Group finds. Employment among London’s couple-mums lags some 12 percentage points behind the rest of the UK according to the report, Hard Work.

New research shows councils in London fear housing crisis fuelled by welfare reform

11 June 2014
Cuts to benefits have left families in London struggling and unsure how they will afford to stay living in their area, according to a new CPAG report released today. Based on interviews with councils, advice services and parents as well a review of existing evidence, the report highlights that these key groups share the same fear: a housing crisis uprooting families from their homes and communities, with children’s education facing huge disruption by these forced moves.

London families need jobs they can raise a family on

20 October 2011
In response to the publication of the London Poverty Profile published today by the Trust for London, Alison Garnham, Chief Executive of Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) said: “This valuable, in-depth report is the latest to spell out the extent and the depth of poverty facing London’s children...