More workers in Wales

30th September 2005 at 01:00
The percentage of children living in homes where no one works for a living has fallen from more than a fifth in 1995 to 15.8 per cent, according to Assembly government statistics. However, the rate in Wales is still higher than the average for the UK as a whole (15.3 per cent).

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