British 1% and 99%, more inequality than ever

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This video says about itself:

Wealth inequality in the UK

8 October 2013

Inequality has been rising for 30 years. The gap between rich and poor is the widest since the second world war. If current trends continue, we will have reached Victorian levels of inequality in 20 years. Sign up to our weekly email briefings to get the full facts.

By Sofia Lotto Persio in Britain:

Britain: a NATION of have-nots

Tuesday 13th September 2016

Just 1% of richest people now own nearly a quarter of the country’s entire wealth

THE richest 1 per cent of Britain’s population owns almost more than 20 times the total wealth of the poorest fifth, according to a shocking new report by Oxfam.

The charity’s findings show that around 634,000 of the wealthiest people are worth 20 times as much as the poorest 13 million — making Britain one of the most…

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