City children suffer worst poverty levels

Catherine Gaunt
Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Intense concentrations of disadvantage and child poverty in some of the UK's major cities are revealed in a new report. Glasgow, London, Liverpool and Manchester have the highest numbers of poor children in the UK, according to a study published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation to mark its centenary.

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