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Wealth gaps in Britain likely to persist

The report explored how the wealth gaps between different ethnic groups have changed over the past decade. It also showed what these shifts mean for individual household abilities to weather the Covid-19 crisis, and for wealth inequality in post-pandemic Britain

The wealth gaps between different ethnic groups in Britain are likely to persist, according to new Resolution Foundation research.

The report explored how the wealth gaps between different ethnic groups have changed over the past decade. It also showed what these shifts mean for individual

eather the Covid-19 crisis, and for wealth inequality in post-pandemic Britain. The report found that in the UK, people of black African ethnicity typically hold the lowest wealth (a median figure of

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