Is £37k a year 'socially acceptable'?

10 July 2012

Dr Eamonn Butler argues on Radio 4's Today Programme that the JRF's report arguing that a family with two children needs to earn £37,000 a year to be socially acceptable is meaningless. He questions the methodology of using focus groups and dismisses their report as mostly rubbish.

Listen to the debate on BBC Radio 4 here

His comments were also included on BBC Online coverage here. 

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