Poverty in outer London

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Poverty in outer London

Outer London boroughs are being neglected by politicians, with a rapid shift in inequality and deprivation from central areas. That's according to a new joint report from the Smith Institute and the Trust for London. The study claims 60 percent people living in poverty in the capital are now based in outer London areas, and that redirecting investment in projects like Crossrail 2 could bee the solution to the problem.

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