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Video Summary: Household Disposable Income Across the UK, 2010

Released: 13 July 2012
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The video shows:

  • London had the highest household income per head, nearly 30 per cent higher than the UK average. The lowest disposable income was in the North East, 15 per cent lower than the UK average.

  • Looking at a more local level, Inner London West had the highest disposable income, at £33,323. The lowest was in Nottingham, at £10,702.

  • Finally it shows how income is split up into that obtained from primary income, mainly wages and salaries and that from secondary income, mainly benefits received and taxes paid.

Source: Office for National Statistics

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