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Employees facing increased job and financial insecurity at the onset of the pandemic suffered a wave of mental distress, according to research published today by the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen).
New research published today by NatCen Social Research and City University London uncovers the family-related factors driving changes in income that shifts a family below the poverty line.
But less well-off may struggle to maintain contact, new research finds.
The vast majority (87%) of fathers who don’t live with their children say that they continue to have contact with them and close to half (49%) say that their children stay with them on a regular basis, on weekends and during school holidays, new research has revealed.
Survey of more than 20,000 Britons also suggests couples share worries and rely on each other this Valentine's Day