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generational inequality

We have the power to create the economy we want – let’s use it | Tom Kibasi

We have the power to create the economy we want – let’s use it | Tom Kibasi

This week, the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice delivers a new vision for the UK economy, one that joins prosperity with justice and builds the common goodToday, the unclear prospects of Brexit
The bank of Mum and Dad: ‘It’s such a huge amount of money. And guilt’

The bank of Mum and Dad: ‘It’s such a huge amount of money. And guilt’

The only way many young people can buy a home is by borrowing from family. But is it healthy – and what if parents can’t help out?Your friend has bought a house. You’re in your 20s, or perhaps your
Camelot mulls £10k-a-month-for life lottery prize to attract young

Camelot mulls £10k-a-month-for life lottery prize to attract young

UK national lottery operator considers shift in focus to entice younger generation wanting to get on to housing ladder The national lottery operator, Camelot, is considering introducing a prize of up
Camelot mulls £10k-a-month-for life lottery prize to attract young

Camelot mulls £10k-a-month-for life lottery prize to attract young

UK national lottery operator considers shift in focus to entice younger generation wanting to get on to housing ladder The national lottery operator, Camelot, is considering introducing a prize of up
Generational battle lines harden over pensions

Generational battle lines harden over pensions

Thinktank warns that older workers are not bearing their share of the pensions burden If the personal finances of every household could be ranked, the period following the 2008 financial crisis puts
Generational battle lines harden over pensions

Generational battle lines harden over pensions

Thinktank warns that older workers are not bearing their share of the pensions burden If the personal finances of every household could be ranked, the period following the 2008 financial crisis puts
The generational wealth gap – Politics Weekly podcast

The generational wealth gap – Politics Weekly podcast

Heather Stewart is joined by Torsten Bell, Iman Amrani and Sonia Sodha to discuss proposals for addressing the growing wealth gap between Britain’s young and older generations. Also this week: Anand
Save for our pensions? We millennials can barely find the money to live | Poppy Noor

Save for our pensions? We millennials can barely find the money to live | Poppy Noor

After rent and student loan debt, people my age struggle to eat, let alone put away a few hundred grand for our old age • Average person will need £260,000 for retirement, says reportI’m yet to see a
It’s time for Britain’s millionaire pensioners to pay up | Phillip Inman

It’s time for Britain’s millionaire pensioners to pay up | Phillip Inman

The retired are having a great time at the expense of young families thanks to generous pensions and property wealthThe intergenerational argument has vanished – buried beneath the Brexit talks and
Britain has favoured the old over the young for too long

Britain has favoured the old over the young for too long

Rising pensioner wealth has muddied statistical measures of inequality and family poverty. It is time for fundamental changeOlder people are a nervous, anxious bunch. We know this from the way they
Young adults have less to spend on non-essentials, study says

Young adults have less to spend on non-essentials, study says

Britons between 18 and 29 have less left over after housing costs than older generations had at same ageAvocado on toast was the snack that became a synonym for millennial excess. But along with