Segregation and integration driven by where young choose to live

Segregation and integration are partly driven by where young, high-income people choose to live, says a report by social policy research charity the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. This highly mobile group is deterred by areas of high deprivation, unemployment and council taxes, it says. Economic Segregation in England is at

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