Ethnic poverty link

8th August 1997 at 01:00
High levels of poverty are the reason some ethnic minority groups have the poorest health in Britain, according to research published this week by the Policy Studies Institute. Unemployment, poor housing and low incomes meant Pakistani and Bangladeshi people were 50 per cent more likely to suffer illness than whites. Caribbean people suffered 30 per cent more illness.

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