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NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Thanks to for help in putting this together: http://t.co/TfrTJ1ADWx 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow New website now live at http://t.co/4DoHDDQAVP. Take a look and let us have feedback, request links, suggest uploads etc. 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Inequality-what is it good for? - http://t.co/PyR6KHju68 via 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : the UK's wealth is incredibly unequal - and nearly one third of it is inherited, not earned http://t.co/XBYmIaiS7T 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Young people create their own child poverty strategy. Without pay or fiddling expenses, show Government how to do it http://t.co/MCDDVH3PaG 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow thanks for rt, more detail on employers in here: https://t.co/iae2FK9EwO 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow premier league scores: Newcastle 6: 0 Sunderland, Hartlepool 1: 2 Middlebrough http://t.co/0j62sxq46Y http://t.co/700CFdtg5w 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow might be interested to see how far ahead you are in the race to become 1st NE Constituency http://t.co/ocnbTjb98b 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Few and far between: Living Wage Employers in the North East http://t.co/t69fbtq5Ig via 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Hate the guff about 'character' skills as a cause of inter-generational poverty. Poverty caused by lack of money, not solved by chess clubs 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Govt's Child Poverty Strategy lack big new solutions, but free school meals for all infants will help 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Government's Child Poverty Strategy recognises that most poor kids have a working parent, but lets employers off very lightly. 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow re-reading this: https://t.co/aXT4dOnfqE some thoughts to follow… 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow not used to games mattering in April! 450 minutes to go... 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : VONNE's latest Surviving not Thriving report shows demand for VCS support rises as welfare reforms bite hard http://t.co 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow RT : It's absolute madness to cut funding for benefit advice when we are going through the biggest reforms si… 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow VONNE blog on how charities in are struggling to cope with desperate need. ? http://t.co/y4pNLAaplj 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Charities struggle to meet growing demand as welfare reform bites: useful but chilling evidence from http://t.co/tqjG0karjF 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow Enjoying a clear, punchy presentation from on in work poverty. Good points well made. 5 years 9 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
NE Child Poverty Commission @nechildpoverty Follow 'Yes, you're better off working than on benefits – but not enough to reduce poverty' Stumbled on this, worth reading: http://t.co/QvvkIVrZdN 5 years 9 months 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

Poverty leads to poor attainment.  Poor attainment leads to poverty.

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