For richer and poorer

Gerrards Cross in Buckinghamshire, England, has the lowest child poverty rate in the UK with only 0.5 per cent, compared with the 88.7 per cent who are living below the poverty line in Bidstone, Wirral.

In Scotland, 0.7 per cent in poverty in Kilmardinny, East Dunbartonshire, contrasts dramatically with 96.1 per cent in Whitfield South, Dundee.

In Northern Ireland, the highest poverty levels of 92.4 per cent are in Santallow East, Derry, compared with 2.4 per cent in Cultra, North Down.

In Wales, 81.7 per cent of children in Tredegar Park, Newport, live in poverty compared with only 3.3 per cent in Killay North, Swansea.

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