Deprivation index may be broadened

September 2003
Community Care;9/4/2003, Issue 1488, p11
Reports on the suggestions received by the British government during the first stage of its consultation into updating the Indices of Deprivation 2000. Factors to be considered by the government in classifying whether an area should be classified as deprived; Other demographic rates that should be measured.


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