The Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) has just published a major new report which explores the progress made in ending child poverty by 2020, a pledge which all the major political parties have backed. The overall conclusion of the report is that major progress has been made towards reducing child poverty, but that changes in UK welfare policy risk reversing this trend.

You can read the full text of Ending Child Poverty by 2020: Progress Made and Lessons Learned by clicking here. Don't forget that for previous posts on this topic, you can use use the 'Child Poverty' link in the 'Hot Topics' menu on the right hand side of this page. Or take a look at my child poverty bookmarks.


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