Sunday, Mar 03, 2013
Even the dead can't afford somewhere to live!
Growing number of relative who can't afford to bury their loved ones - however, two of them left estates valued at £500,000-plus.
Oxfam says: A spokesman for poverty charity Oxfam said: “It is very sad to see the poorest in our society hardest hit.
“We need to see income being distributed more fairly if we are to make any impact on reducing levels of poverty.
“If we carry on down this path the UK will return to inequality not seen since Victorian times.”
We are already there aren't we... or at least soon will be.
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