Marmot indicators 2017

Published in July 2017, the Marmot Indicators show that the rise in life expectancy is slowing with significant differences between areas. In his accompanying blog, Sir Michael Marmot writes that ‘the longest life expectancy in the country was in the richest borough, Kensington and Chelsea: 83 for men and 86 for women. By contrast, the lowest life expectancy was in the North: Blackpool, 74 for men; Manchester, 79 for women.’

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Trades Union Congress analysis: ‘Black Workers with A-Levels Earn 10% Less Than White Counterparts’

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Black workers with degrees face a 14% pay gap (£2.63 less per hour), while those with higher education certs and diplomas face a 20% gap (£2.98 less per hour).

This is according to an August 2017 analysis by the Trades Union Congress.

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