Torsten Bell is director at the Resolution Foundation. Prior to that, he was director of policy for the Labour Party and worked in the Treasury, both as a special adviser and a civil servant.
Their incomes may be relatively low, but the children of homeowners are still far more likely to be able to buy a home.
The PM declared a hardline policy over, but the numbers suggest otherwise.
A family on the average wage would have to bank every single penny for 43 years to reach the wealthiest 10 per cent.
Inflation is already rising, and failing to agree a trade deal with the EU could cost families another £500 a year.
Since the turn of the millenium living standards for Britain's ethnic minorities have improved, though there's still a way to go.
Millennials have seen their pay squeezed, while the dream of home ownership has vanished.
Reforming tax for the self-employed should be welcomed by progressives and fiscal hawks alike.
The government must do more to support low-income households and to boost productivity.
Many commentators seem to accept falling male participation in work as inevitable.
A win for Uber's drivers could have implications for the wider self-employed workforce.