The 10 worst-deprived places in England have been revealed

An Essex seaside village is the most deprived neighbourhood in England, according to official statistics.

The community east of Jaywick near Clacton-on-Sea has again topped a list that measured deprivation in 32,844 areas across the country, the government report found.

But all of the local authorities with the highest proportion of deprived neighbourhoods are in the north – Middlesbrough, Knowsley, Hull, Liverpool and Manchester.

And of the top 10 neighbourhoods, Blackpool, the ‘Vegas of the North’, has five in the list, and eight in the top 20.

Source: The 10 worst deprived places in England have been revealed – and one features FIVE times – Mirror Online

The original article offers the chance to find out how deprived your own area is, by tapping in your postcode.

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2 Thoughts to “The 10 worst-deprived places in England have been revealed”

  1. Having worked for this local authority for 20 years it is just apathy and lack of political interest that leads to this appalling situation.

  2. Having had a go on the little widget, I find that, apparently, i live in a constituency that is placed at the low end of the middle bit ( something like 927th ). It seems that if were not for the area having such attractive countryside the position would be much lower. I suppose we have to be thankful for such small mercies… .

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