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The Forgotten Age. Understanding poverty and social exclusion in later life. Interim report

This is a two-part review. Here we present the nature and scale of the challenge our new Government faces if it is to tackle poverty and social exclusion in later life. In publishing this report I would like to thank Sara McKee and the Working Group, as well as Christian Guy, Paul Langlois and James Mumford at the CSJ, for their efforts. The second report, to be published next year, will set out a reform agenda based on this analysis. We are fully aware of the extreme public expenditure pressures that the next years entail, and the review will take these adverse circumstances into account. But let us be clear, our current economic context means it is even more important that we get this right once and for all. 

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Key Information

Type of Reference
Rprt
Publisher
The centre for social justice
Resource Database
Miscellaneous
Publication Year
2010
Start Page
252