Social mobility

It is an alarming and uncomfortable fact that the UK has one of the poorest rates of social mobility in the developed [...]

16 October 2015
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David Cameron said the new Kent grammar school does not change policy. Well, England thinks it should do – as [...]

16 October 2015
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Women are less likely to receive bonuses than men, according to damning new findings from employment firm Glassdoor. [...]

16 October 2015
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When major political parties agree on an issue, worry. For the past decade, “social mobility” – the movement [...]

13 October 2015
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Union leaders are singing the praises of newly-elected Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn after he used one of his first [...]

15 September 2015
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London’s booming population is creating a massive demand for new schools. The capital requires 113,000 new school [...]

7 September 2015
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There’s an elephant in the boardroom. According to a survey of the finance directors of many of the UK’s largest [...]

4 September 2015
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Londoners hoping to buy their first home will not get much help from the government, according to a new report [...]

26 August 2015
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If a privately educated person and a state educated person enter the same profession at the same time, with the [...]

6 August 2015
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David Cameron is feeling the heat. This is not just a consequence of the sudden dramatic rise in London temperatures. [...]

1 July 2015
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The music you most enjoy listening to is a strong indicator of your social class, according to new research from [...]

4 June 2015
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This Christmas City A.M. is presenting five of our favourite charities to provide our readers with some inspiration [...]

1 December 2014
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The cost of private education has become so high that it is no longer an option for the majority of people in [...]

23 November 2014
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Soaring rent rises will leave nearly 6m private renters in poverty by 2040, according to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation [...]

17 November 2014
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More than 120m people in the European Union (EU) were at risk of poverty last year – that's 24.5 per cent of [...]

5 November 2014
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