Rise in child poverty among working families, claims TUC

Joe Lepper
Monday, May 7, 2018

The number of children living in working families in poverty has risen by one million over the last eight years, analysis by the Trades Union Congress (TUC) shows.

Families where both parents work in the public sector have seen their income reduce the most since 2010, TUC research suggests. Image: iStock
Families where both parents work in the public sector have seen their income reduce the most since 2010, TUC research suggests. Image: iStock

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