The fourth edition of London's Poverty Profile shows that 28% of people in London are in poverty. This is seven percentage points higher than the rest of England and of the 20 English local authorities with the highest levels of child poverty, seven are in London.
The unemployment rate in London at 7% is still higher than the England average, while in the 'Olympic boroughs' of Barking & Dagenham and Newham it is 10%, higher than any of the major English cities.
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George Osborne told MPs London would shoulder a large part of his 37% reduction in transport funding.
The prison was originally opened in 1852 as a mixed prison before becoming the first female-only local prison in England in 1902.
The victim was travelling between Seven Sisters and Highbury and Islington when she was assaulted.