Never Mind the Gap: Why we shouldn't worry about inequality

Our new report, Never Mind the Gap: Why we shouldn't worry about inequality, argues that the discussion around inequality in the UK has been defined by an array of myths and misconceptions.

The big risk of our continued focus on inequality is that we lose sight of improving living standards generally and for the poorest in particular.

 

Read the full report here

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By Christopher Snowdon, 30th May 2016 ( comments)

The Times today leads with the news that the government's new alcohol guidelines were drafted by neo-temperance activists from the Institute of Alcohol Studies - an organisation that is directly descended from the UK Temperance Society and the Alliance for the Suppression of the Traffic in All Intoxicating Liquors. Four committee members are involved with this organisation and several others, such as Ian Gilmore, are eager supporters of anti-drink legislation such as minimum pricing.

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