Areas of England with poorest health have higher rates of poverty, report finds

One in four “economically inactive” people live in the 50 local authority areas in England with the highest levels of poor health, research suggests.

The report, published by the Institute for Public Policy and Research (IPPR) Commission on Health and Prosperity, found a “double injustice”, where places with worse health also had lower levels of household income and higher rates of poverty.

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