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Interview about Peak inequality in the Uk with Danny Dorling

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Peak inequality with Danny Dorling

https://www.rt.com/shows/going-underground/434612-poverty-marginalization-inequality-britain/

 

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hour long talk by Danny on the subject 

Has the UK reached Peak Inequality?  

http://www.dannydorling.org/?p=6695

https://youtu.be/Ivs4xGOstU8

I think this is ref/ article he refers to :

 Quarter of households in UK will rent privately by end of 2021, says report  

https://www.theguardian.com/money/2017/jun/12/one-in-four-households-in-britain-will-rent-privately-by-end-of-2021-says-report

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Thanks for posting the link, always enjoy listening to Danny Dorling. My god I hope he's right that we have hit peak inequality, sadly I don't think he is. 

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2 minutes ago, Philby1 said:

Thanks for posting the link, always enjoy listening to Danny Dorling. My god I hope he's right that we have hit peak inequality, sadly I don't think he is. 

cheers, 

I should add that the article I quoted is over a yr old & said we should reach this figure in 2021 . i'm not sure if he said we had reached this figure already ?

 Quarter of households in UK will rent privately by end of 2021, says report  

https://www.theguardian.com/money/2017/jun/12/one-in-four-households-in-britain-will-rent-privately-by-end-of-2021-says-report

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.....imo I fear we have not reached peak inequality......the rich can only get richer and the poor will feel like the growing gap in between is getting greater......still, 'all in this together' (who said that?), who wants to be a millionaire/billionaire?.....no point in bothering trying when many miles beyond even a hopeful reach.;)

 

 

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