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Economy

1.5 million people destitute in UK during 2017

Research powered by Kantar Public finds that 1 in 50 Brits could not afford basics in the previous month.

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British households under pressure and gloomier about economy

A Kantar Public view ahead of the Autumn Budget

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39% of Brits would stop using cash for payments

A Kantar TNS survey has revealed that young people in particular are prepared to embrace new ways of paying.

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Kantar UK Political Pulse

With the Kantar Pulse, you can see which politicians are being talked about most on Twitter, in real time

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Brits more likely to spend without thinking

Comparing global spending and saving habits

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Britain tops the global credit card ownership league

Seven out of 10 brits have a credit card

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From The Archive

Young people in Europe feel excluded from economic and social life
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Analysis of Budget day 2015 by the Kantar Twitter TV Ratings team
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Women disproportionately affected by economic growth without wage inflation
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Majority think economy will stay the same, not improve, in the next year
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Latest Stories

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UK voters are getting more concerned about what leaving the EU would do to standards of healthcare, finds Kantar Public

Many people may not even have the means to play them, but vinyl records are still pretty popular, says Kantar data.

As well as being English Curry Week, this week sees students receive their A-Level results.

Kantar Worldpanel data shows that the breakfast category is back in growth once again, with eggs and cereal rising in popularity.

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