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MP warns of 'poverty label'

Labelling people as poor from a young age can become a "self-fulfulling prophecy" which may "doom whole generations", Paul Uppal has said. Writing exclusively for PoliticsHome, the Conservative MP warns of the danger of the "poverty label", and insisted that his party is right to say that "work has to pay more than benefits".


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Paul Uppal: The Government is fully committed to promoting equality

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Paul Uppal: We are seeing some progress on drug use

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Paul Uppal: Chuggers are a problem for Britain's high streets

21/04/2012 on Breakfast, BBC One

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