New figures reveal the extent to which British children are living in poverty. The Campaign to End Child Poverty says 20.2% of British children are classified as below the poverty line, before housing costs. The top 20 parliamentary constituencies for child poverty in the UK are:
- Manchester Central, 47%
- Belfast West, 43%
- Glasgow North East, 43%
- Birmingham, Ladywood, 42%
- Bethnal Green and Bow, 42%
- Liverpool, Riverside, 42%
- Poplar and Limehouse, 41%
- Middlesbrough, 40%
- Blackley and Broughton, 38%
- Newcastle upon Tyne Central, 38%
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