Austerity 'highly likely' to have caused 'shocking' damage to nation's health

Catherine Gaunt
Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Ten years after his landmark review on health inequalities in England, Professor Sir Michael Marmot’s update reveals a growing gap in health between the North and South, with life expectancy failing to rise for the first time in over 100 years.

People do not have enough money to lead a healthy life, with a large number resorting to food banks, the report says
People do not have enough money to lead a healthy life, with a large number resorting to food banks, the report says

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