The UK has a population of 2.25 billion people, so the UK is home to about 2.5 billion people.
However, the country is one of the most unequal places in the world.
The poorest fifth of the population make up just 13% of the whole, while the richest fifth make up about 30%.
These inequalities are often called “economic apartheid”.
The UK’s GDP per capita is just over $27,000 per person.
The US is the second most unequal country in the OECD, with an GDP per person of $52,200.
The UK has the largest population of any country in Europe, but its population is growing at a faster rate than the population of France.
The UK is also home to a growing number of people living in poverty, who are also often referred to as the “working poor”.
This is due to the low wages offered in the UK and the fact that some of the country’s richest people have been able to enjoy generous tax cuts.
It’s easy to see why the working poor are so angry with the government.
It is the government’s job to provide a decent standard of living for the working people of the UK.
“The UK’s poverty rate is the highest in the EU and among the least equal in the G8.
Our poverty rate was 5.9 per cent in 2011 and has risen by 0.4 percentage points since.
We also have the highest rate of deprivation of all countries in the ETS.
Our inequality is increasing and we have seen the largest increase in the deprivation of working-age people since we started collecting the data in 1995,” the EFSW says.
How to make a difference for the poor In a country where more than one-third of the working age population is living in extreme poverty, it is important to get involved.
The EFSP also encourages you to donate to the charity, by sharing its Facebook page, or by signing up to its email newsletter.
You can also help the EfsW reach its goals by contributing to the EfSS, which aims to make the country a more equitable place.
Wealth inequality is one key reason why many of the poorest in the country have been left behind.
The government is trying to tackle the problem by making the tax system fairer for everyone, but this is complicated by the fact many of us are working in a system where we are able to avoid paying our fair share.
For example, the EBS argues that it is the rich who pay the lion’s share of tax in the US, while in the United Kingdom they pay about 15%.
This means that most of the income tax paid by the richest 20% of UK taxpayers goes to the rest of us.
So the next time you hear someone complain about the tax that the rich pay, consider the facts and try to do something about it.