Black and minority ethnic people in UK twice as likely to be in ‘deep poverty

Black and minority ethnic people in the UK are more than twice as likely as white people to experience “deep poverty” – extreme levels of hardship meaning they struggle to afford everyday basics such as food and energy, analysis has found.

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