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08/01/2008
Child Poverty

Is the government doing enough to improve social mobility and eradicate child poverty? The Work and Pensions House of Commons Select Committee is conducting an inquiry into whether the government is doing enough to support lone parents, parents of disabled children and disabled parents to find work. Listeners give their views to Terry Rooney, Chair of the Work and Pensions House of Commons Select Committee.

Guests:
Terry Rooney: Chair of the Work and Pensions House of Commons Select Committee
Kate Green: Chief Executive of Child Poverty Action Group
Fran Bennett: Department for Social policy and social work at Oxford University


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