Child poverty figures released for London

The Campaign to End Child Poverty has today published new figures that provide a child poverty map of the whole of the UK.

The figures reveal the high levels of poverty in London, and the wide disparities between local areas. Below is a breakdown of how those figures look in the capital.

  • Barking and Dagenham 31%
  • Barnet 17%
  • Bexley 15%
  • Brent 26%
  • Bromley 13%
  • Camden 28%
  • City of London 12%
  • Croydon 21%
  • Ealing 23%
  • Enfield 29%
  • Greenwich 24%
  • Hackney 30%
  • Hammersmith and Fulham 25%
  • Haringey 30%
  • Harrow 17%
  • Havering 15%
  • Hillingdon 19%
  • Hounslow 22%
  • Islington 34%
  • Kensington and Chelsea 19%
  • Kingston upon Thames 11% Lambeth 26%
  • Lewisham 24%
  • Merton 14%
  • Newham 32%
  • Redbridge 21%
  • Richmond upon Thames 7%
  • Southwark 24%
  • Sutton 13%
  • Tower Hamlets 42%
  • Waltham Forest 27%
  • Wandsworth 16%
  • Westminster 30%

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