Austerity blamed for life expectancy stalling for first time in century Sarah Boseley, The Guardian Online

This article in The Guardian relates to the recent Marmot Review 10 Years On report, in which it discusses how Life expectancy is falling among the poorest people in certain English regions.

'Life expectancy has stalled for the first time in more than 100 years and even reversed for the most deprived women in society, according to a landmark review which shows the gap in health inequalities is yawning even wider than it did a decade ago, in large part due to the impact of cuts linked to the government’s austerity policies.'

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