OPINION: Fyson on ... trend for unified voice on fighting social exclusion

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) has marked the start of its centenary year by publishing a report that suggests growing agreement about the need to tackle poverty. It says that the country is "moving closer to consensus concerning the importance of tackling poverty and social disadvantage than would have seemed possible when Margaret Thatcher was prime minister". It supports this suggestion by drawing attention to a chapter contributed by Nicholas Hillman, a former researcher in the office of the Tory shadow work and pensions secretary.

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