Leeds residents are increasingly having to borrow from loan sharks and high-interest lenders to meet their basic needs because of issues with their benefits, according to new research.
The project will address noncoverage error to improve our conceptual, methodological and substantive understanding of poverty across Europe.
Raising benefits in line with earnings – not inflation – will make things worse for low-income households in the coming years.
Black and minority ethnic people are disproportionately falling faster and further below the poverty line amidst the cost of living crisis, according to a new report.
New research will examine how women’s early experiences of employment shape long-term career paths and reinforce inequalities in the labour market.