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COVID-19 risk could be exacerbated for people living in cold and damp homes this winter

New report shows people most at risk from the virus are more likely to be living in poor-quality homes.

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Improving health resilience and maximising the economic contribution of 50-70 year olds will be crucial to support economic recovery and growth, new report says.
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We've launched a competition to design ‘age-positive’ icons to replace the negative symbols that commonly represent people in later life, such as ‘hunched-over stickmen’.
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New data shows Black people in their 50s and 60s have significantly lower weekly income than their White peers, are less likely to own their home outright and are more likely to live in deprived areas.
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A new report from Ageing Better and the Learning and Work Institute shows that the number of older workers on unemployment benefits has doubled as a result of the pandemic.
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In collaboration with Ipsos MORI, this report takes a look at the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the lives of those aged 50-70 in England.
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Our report gives a snapshot of ageing today and in the future, focusing on the areas we know make a difference to people’s later lives.

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