Labour's Zero Poverty City campaign is aimed at helping children across the city

In York, the number of children living in poverty conditions has increased 66% in the four years of Lib-Dem/Tory control. It is estimated that around 10,000 children are currently living below the poverty line, a total of almost one in five, and in some wards higher than one in three.

At York Labour, we believe this is an absolute tragedy. In a modern, wealthy economy like Britain, no child should be living in poverty conditions. That is why we are launching our campaign for a Zero Poverty City, so that we can fight to give each and every one of York’s children the best possible start in life.

Be part of the campaign. Fill in your details and our team of councillors leading on this campaign will be in touch to talk about how we can work with your skills and experience to help shape our strategy.


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