Lone parents under pressure
reportposted on 2019-02-14, 14:02 authored by Donald Hirsch, Juliet StoneJuliet Stone
Of 2.5 million children living in lone parent households0F 1 today, over 1.8 million have insufficient income coming into their household to afford a minimum standard of living, allowing them to meet material needs and participate in society. That is to say, nearly three out four children with a lone parent have household income below the Minimum Income Standard (MIS) benchmark showing what ordinary families say is needed as a minimum in the UK today. ....
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CitationHIRSCH, D. and STONE, J., 2019. Lone parents under pressure. Loughborough: Loughborough University.
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