Income Inequality

Ordinary workers experiencing growth without gain

The Resolution Foundation, an independent research and policy organisation working to improve the lives of people with low-to-middle incomes:

“The share of national income going to the bottom half of earners in Britain has fallen dramatically over the last 30 years. These ordinary workers have seen their share of GDP fall by a quarter, at the same time as the share going to the top 1% of earners increased by half.”

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