London – The Great Divide Map of 2022

Which boroughs in Greater London experience the highest deprivation in any kind is depicted on a new map by the Office of National Statistics. The map, which depicts the whole United Kingdom, was created using data from the 2021 census, … Continue reading London – The Great Divide Map of 2022

The Divide – The Free-Market and Social Inequality

Katharine Round, a British filmmaker, is the director of the 2015 documentary The Divide. Christopher Hird and Katharine Round produced it.  It is an adaption of Richard G. Wilkinson and Kate Pickett’s popular socio-economic book The Spirit Level, published in 2009. … Continue reading The Divide – The Free-Market and Social Inequality

CPAG November E-Bulletin & Updates

November e-Bulletin: claimant commitments The Early Warning System collects evidence from advisers about how changes to the benefits system are affecting their clients. We use this data for campaigns, in discussions with Government, and to produce advice resources.  This month, we have heard a … Continue reading CPAG November E-Bulletin & Updates

Rogue Employers Named and Shamed

Almost 140 companies, including some of the UK’s biggest household names, are being named and shamed today for failing to pay their workers the minimum wage. Investigated between 2016 and 2018, the 139 named companies failed to pay £6.7 million … Continue reading Rogue Employers Named and Shamed