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Take responsibility for your own health”: naivety or convenient excuse?

Asking people to eat more broccoli won’t change the UK’s health inequalities.

Bridging our divides, 19 February

From a tug to a kicking

One year on from Donald Trump’s victory, have we learnt any lessons?

New Economics Foundation welcomes new executive pay plans as vital first step”

New government pay plans are an important first step towards tackling inequality

Is shareholder action winning on high pay?

There are a growing number of cases where shareholders are voting down increases in top salaries

Five reasons why we can’t stop worrying about inequality

The headlines don’t tell the real story

After Grenfell, residents’ voices must be heard

Housing in Britain is in crisis

We need to talk about wealth

Politicians have dodged the question for too long

NEF’s Alice Martin on the squeeze on living standards in London

Urgent government action is needed to tackle the squeeze on living standards faced by those in the capital.

Britain’s real top earner is property, new research shows

Millions still struggle to make ends meet in poor quality, high cost housing

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