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Data Source: Department for Work and Pensions
Published by End Child Poverty looking at the level of child poverty in each constituency, local authority and ward. Figures for East Midlands.
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