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NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : Poverty is not so much about the choices people make, but rather what they find themselves forced to choose between. https://t.co/4FLAYReTjx 1 week 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : Low income households with children have lost the most from tax and benefit reforms since 2010. Read more in the l… https://t.co/QIuFltKkxk 1 week 5 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Thanks to for supporting the pledge - really important as Sedgefield was one of… https://t.co/DY0xowshY5 1 week 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Thank you for pledging to prioritise tackling child poverty in our region https://t.co/ZrMvQmdJuC 1 week 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Thank you to for pledging your support to help https://t.co/2AsXHyNhLo 1 week 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : The alarming poverty stats that should be an issue at the general election https://t.co/gPqubylX5B 1 week 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Our co-ordinator Amanda spoke with 📻 yesterday about why tackling child poverty in our region should be a… https://t.co/6P4lau7cys 1 week 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Thank you for pledging your support to help https://t.co/FC6WKQ56DF 1 week 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Thank you for pledging your support to help https://t.co/UqjVkE4MI1 1 week 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Over 209,000 children are living in poverty in the NE. We’ve asked candidates standing in every constituenc… https://t.co/MC7KUWNdXj 1 week 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : On the 30th anniversary of check out our blog where our Commissioner writes about using a chil… https://t.co/54Nj20N9TK 2 weeks 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : 'We are the next generation so we should be the ones choosing how we want our lives to be.' The 's internation… https://t.co/EOPiFQA0JE 2 weeks 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : Time to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the - and acknowledge that in the UK far too many children are sti… https://t.co/chvvTWvemq 2 weeks 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : Driven by compassion + a strong sense of justice, people are doing what they can to help people at – our… https://t.co/Pql8BhL5Nb 2 weeks 2 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Our Chair writes to on the importance of free for all children gr… https://t.co/KUSf3IrWLC 2 weeks 2 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : UK social security payments 'at lowest level since launch of welfare state', says https://t.co/PO7Y4kJbFr 2 weeks 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Almost 110,000 children in the North East growing up in poverty are from working households according to new… https://t.co/yRZ4IgktBV 2 weeks 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : Completely agree - the need for free holiday provision throughout the long summer holidays is a necessity ❤️ https://t.co/RetEfcxdYy 2 weeks 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Letter in today’s from our Chair on the clear need for free school https://t.co/nq9pSfpUKK 2 weeks 5 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Celebrating ’s status yday alongside . Po… https://t.co/j9Tb5xdJgb 2 weeks 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite

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Employers

Work has to be a better route out of poverty. Most poor children have a working parent.

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Schools

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