HOW DO THE PUBLIC DEFINE POVERTY IN THE UK?

Watch this one-minute animation from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, showing what most people think poverty means today.

Figures from the London’s Poverty Profile 2015. Shows that there are 2.25 million people living on low incomes in London. This is more people than the entire populations of Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield and combined.

From not having enough to buy food, or to pay for housing. It is important that we define poverty, to be able to work together to address these issues and to help those in need.

Watch the video here...

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