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End Child Poverty has published new figures (January 2018) on the level of child poverty in each constituency, local authority and ward in the United Kingdom.

Click and zoom in on the areas in their interactive map to find the level of child poverty in parliamentary constituencies across the UK. The darker the shading, the higher the child poverty levels in that area. View the map here >

The figures reveal the wide disparity in poverty rates across the UK, between regions and striking variations even within regions. Child poverty is the highest in large cities, particularly in London, Birmingham and Manchester. Among the twenty parliamentary constituencies with the highest levels of childhood poverty, seven are located in London, three in Birmingham, and three in Manchester.

The parliamentary constituencies with the lowest levels of child poverty are West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine and Gordon with less than 10 percent.

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source: End Child Poverty
published: January 2018

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