Higher taxes on the rich could reduce UK health inequality, says expert Sarah Boseley

This article cites Michael Marmot, suggesting that higher taxation for the rich may need to be considered if the UK is to tackle the decline in life expectancy in parts of the UK and the widening gap in health inequalities.

The article reflects on the joint work of the UCL Institute of Health Equity and The Health Foundation to examine progress in addressing health inequalities in England and to propose recommendations for action, 10 years on from the Marmot Review: Fair Society Healthy Lives.

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