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    These pix were taken at the Labour Party conference, with Oxfam's UK Poverty banner I designed in the background, with Ed Milliband MP speaking in front of it.

    The cover of the brochure was "How comfortable are you with poverty in the UK?"

    What is it about? As you might have guessed, it's about poverty. In the UK. The shocking fact is that it actually exists!

    The UK is a rich nation – yet nearly one person in five doesn’t have enough to live on. Many people can’t afford essential clothing – or to heat their homes. Children go to school hungry, or to bed without enough food.

    3.8 million children in the UK are living in families experiencing poverty.

    It’s no coincidence that poor communities are in poorer health – and have a shorter life-expectancy.

    It’s not just outrageous. It’s unnecessary. With enough public pressure for change – and enough political will – our politicians can put this right.

    See the campaign leaflet on issuu: issuu.com/thisbluedot/docs/ukpp_sofa

    You can find out more about Oxfam's UK Poverty program by visiting www.oxfam.org.uk/uk

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    1. hughhillphotography 78 months ago | reply

      I know it exists I have worked & lived with it for over 11 years now.
      Nice work.


    2. Simon 60 months ago | reply

      Many thanks for releasing this image under Creative Commons.

      We loved this image so much we used it to illustrate an article about Ed Miliband working with the Isle of Wight festival to fight global greenhouse gases.

      Many thanks. Love VentnorBlog

    3. vince-branca 57 months ago | reply

      A very nice pic. I'm using it on Lessons to become great public speaker. I have credited it to you and linked it back here. Thanks a lot!

    4. jt_drummeruk 54 months ago | reply

      Hi there, thank you for allowing this for use under the Attribution 2.0 generic license. I recently used this image to illustrate an article in 'the environmentalist' magazine. If you would like, you can contact me at jay.thompson@consil.co.uk

      Best regards

    5. net_efekt 44 months ago | reply

      Ah, how poignant! He's now Labour leader - and could be the next Prime Minister!

    6. athomemagazine 43 months ago | reply


      Thanks for giving this photo a Creative Commons lisence - we have used it for a blog here www.athomemagazine.co.uk/home-a-garden/3536-does-modern-l...

      At Home Magazine

    7. net_efekt 43 months ago | reply

      Very topical indeed!

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