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UK’s Poorest Are ‘Brutally Exposed’ to Cost of Living Crisis

  • Resolution Foundation think tank makes warning in annual audit
  • UK faulted on productivity, praised on creating jobs for poor
A basket of staple food items at a supermarket in Christchurch, UK.

A basket of staple food items at a supermarket in Christchurch, UK.

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The poorest families in the UK were left “brutally exposed” to the cost of living crunch after almost two decades of income stagnation, the Resolution Foundation warned.