Published on 21 July 2020
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Still “left behind”: Deprived towns betrayed by the government’s Towns Fund selection process

Tory marginals trump worse-off towns in ministers’ chosen areas for investment.

Cambridge researchers find major health inequalities – as well as a geographic divide – between the most and least deprived English towns. They say that life expectancy in cities is now overtaking towns for the first time.

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