wealthiest areas since the last election, Labour Party analysis has shows.
The London council of Newham was the hardest hit, where £1,002 was lost per household.
A Labour analysis of council spending between 2010/11 and 2015/16 shows that the budget in the 10 most deprived local authority areas in England has been slashed by £782 per household, while more affluent households experienced just a £48 fall.
The London council of Newham was the hardest hit, where £1,002 was lost per household. Its neighbour, Hackney, lost £973 per household.
The research showed some local authorities in Surrey enjoyed a rise in spending power: Elmbridge spent £41 more per household and Waverley £26".
No surprise really. Tories doing to the poorest and most vulnerable what Tories always do.