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The Gap Years: Enterprise and inequality in England 2002-2006

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The Gap Years: Enterprise and inequality in England 2002-2006

For most of the past 15 years the UK has experienced sustained economic growth. But inequalities have widened, and pockets of severe deprivation have developed because the benefits of growth have not been equally shared. Around 60 per cent of workless households are concentrated in just 40 districts of the UK. Many of the unemployed are unskilled males from ex-industrial areas such as Wales and parts of Northern England.


By NEF, UK.


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