Coronavirus pandemic has left poorer families £170 a month worse off

  The Sun 

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BRITAIN’S poorest families are bearing the brunt of the coronavirus crisis, and have been left £170 a month worse off on average. At the same time, better-off households have built up savings faster than normal as they’ve spent less during lockdown, according to research. On average, the lowest-earning 20% of households have seen their bank […]

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