Child Poverty in 2012: It shouldn't happen here : Tees Valley Public Health Shared Service


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There are an estimated 3.5 million children living in poverty in the UK - 1.6 million in severe poverty. This shocking figure is expected to rise by 400,000 by 2015. The survey results set out in this report show that poverty leaves parents cutting back on food so their children don’t go hungry.


  • Publication date5 September 2012
  • CreatorGraham Whitham, Save the Children
  • ContributorLeon Green
  • Copyright© The Save the Children Fund 2012


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