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Samir Jeraj is a Special Projects Writer at the New Statesman
Ten years on from the original Marmot review, an updated report finds stalling life expectancy and those on lower incomes priced out of decent housing and a healthy diet.
Esther McVey, the fifth housing minister since 2017, left her post last week after being sacked in the reshuffle.
Investment levels two or three times higher per head in the south have translated into a vast regional divide in rail services.
Employers are required to spend this funds raised by the apprenticeship levy on upskilling workers within two years.
The initiative gives a discount of up to 30 per cent on the price of a home for first-time buyers, serving members and veterans of the Armed Forces, and key workers.
Under Thatcher, thousands of rough sleepers camped in Waterloo walkways – what do memories of this community tell us about the return of tent cities today?
Cuts at a Sheffield school were among £172m savings the School Resource Management Adviser pilot claims to have identified.
NAO report comes in the same week that a leaked draft review into the high-speed rail link between London, Birmingham and Manchester revealed costs spiralling to an estimated 106bn.
A doubling of estimated costs, likely six-month delay, and a clutch of new sceptical MPs are endangering both HS2 and Northern Powerhouse Rail.
The government says it will invest an extra £3m in helping homeless people to find jobs and housing and access benefits.