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Sir Michael Marmot's
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Low paid workers are not paid enough to live healthily, Marmot says

04th March 2014 07:47

"There are now more working households living in poverty than households where all of the adults are unemployed, because people with the lowest paid jobs are not being paid enough, said Michael Marmot, who led a government commissioned review into tackling health inequalities."

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