New Fabian Society analysis shows that planned benefit cuts could push between 1 and 3 million people into poverty.
HOWARD REED: A future Labour government will certainly wish to increase public spending. But where is extra money most needed?
Unless we introduce a strategy to improve living standards and reduce poverty, we will face a huge rise in inequality.
By Andrew Harrop and Howard Reed
Howard Reed finds that the impact of the coalition’s tax and benefit measures could end being as bad for inequality as the Thatcher government’s record. Turning the tide needs to be at the heart of Labour’s strategy for government