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Guidance for journalists on writing about older age now available on IPSO website

Our guidance on writing about ageing and older age is now available on the Independent Press Standards Organisation's (IPSO) external resources for journalists.

  • Ageing in society
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Ageism in the labour market will stifle the economic recovery

New figures show that there are around 200,000 fewer people aged 50-64 in employment than at start of pandemic.

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How can devolution in England help us to age better?

By working at a regional and local level we can make greater improvements to people’s lives. For this to happen more places need to take a collaborative and strategic approach to ageing, focused on addressing inequalities.

  • Communities
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Employment rates climb – but over 50s left behind

The latest ONS labour market figures show that employment in over 50s remains far below pre-pandemic levels, with over 170,000 fewer over 50s employed.

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Why the Social Care White Paper is right to make housing a focus

Over 4 million homes fail the basic health and safety tests, and over half of people who live in these are over 55. We need strong leadership to make sure housing is not left out of our health and care system.

  • Housing
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What is the ‘great retirement,’ and should we be worried?

As the labour market recovers from COVID-19, we are starting to see that a significant proportion of older workers are not returning to work. But have these people really retired?

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How a bus journey in Leeds adds ten years to your life

Life expectancy in Leeds increases from 75 to 85 along the bus routes from Harehills to Wetherby and other affluent suburbs, according to new report highlighting inequalities in the city.

  • Ageing in society
  • Communities