By Paul Goodman
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Today's Daily Mail reports that the Work and Pensions Secretary wants to transform the way in which child poverty is assessed by examining factors other than relative incomes.
So spot the similarity between these words -
"Mr Duncan Smith will suggest other factors in determining child poverty – including whether or not their parents are in work, educational failure, family breakdown, problem debt and poor health. Work – not a few pounds extra in welfare handouts – is one of the main factors in lifting families out of poverty, he will argue."
- and these ones -
"If child poverty really is to be abolished, the Government's anti-poverty programme must reach beyond raising incomes, and address the human dimension of poverty in a holistic way - increasing good parenting, aiding family stability, raising levels of educational attainment and healthcare and thus boosting children's life chances."