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An Equal Recovery


The inquiry will examine different forms of inequality that have emerged or that may have been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic, and what HM Treasury can do to mitigate them. The inquiry will focus on disability, gender, race, regional imbalances, and intergenerational inequality, including housing.

Read the call for evidence to find out more about this inquiry.

This inquiry is no longer accepting evidence

The deadline for submissions was Tuesday 20 July 2021.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Oral evidence transcripts

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12 January 2022
Inquiry An Equal Recovery
Witnesses Kudsia Batool (Head of Equalities and Strategy at Trade Union Congress), Julian Jessop (Independent economist and Fellow at Institute of Economic Affairs), Cristina Odone (Head of Family Policy Unit at The Centre for Social Justice), and Dr Mary-Ann Stephenson (Director at UK Women’s Budget Group)
Oral Evidence
15 September 2021
Inquiry An Equal Recovery
Witnesses Torsten Bell (Chief Executive at Resolution Foundation), Liz McKeown (Director, Public Policy Analysis at Office for National Statistics), and Christopher Snowdon (Head of Lifestyle Economics at Institute of Economic Affairs)
Oral Evidence
Resolution Foundation (AER0080)
Institute of Economic Affairs (AER0082)
Office for National Statistics (AER0081)

Other publications

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