More and more families in Wales are at risk of being "trapped" in poverty according to a new report.
It warns that poverty is on the rise among pensioners, single people and couples with children, and that progress on child poverty has stalled.
The report by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation highlights Wales has the highest proportion of its population living in poverty compared with anywhere else in the UK.
Rising living costs, especially housing costs, combined with cuts to working age benefits and poor quality jobs is leading to an increased risk of living in poverty for both families in and out of work.
According to the Poverty in Wales 2018 report 710,000 people in Wales are now living in poverty - including 185,000 children, 405,000 working age adults and 120,000 pensioners.
The Welsh Government has responded to the findings of the report and says "preventing the scourge of poverty from limiting the potential of individuals, families and communities across the country - is a fundamental priority for this Welsh Government."