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Published by End Child Poverty looking at the level of child poverty in each constituency, local authority and ward. Figures for East Midlands.
Data Source: Department for Work and Pensions
Fuel poverty in England is measured using the Low Income High Costs (LIHC) indicator. Under the LIHC indicator, a household is considered to be fuel poor if: they have required fuel costs that are above average (the national median level) were they to spend that amount, they would be left with a residual income below the official poverty line. There are three key elements in determining whether a household is fuel poor: Household Income Household Energy Requirements Fuel Prices Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy