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That this House notes with concern the analysis by the Institute of Fiscal Studies that shows the Government's fiscal plans will increase poverty among children and working age adults on both an absolute and relative basis in 2012-13 and 2013-14; believes that the brunt of the Government's plans to eliminate the deficit in four years by cutting benefits and increasing value added tax is being borne by those on the lowest incomes; and calls on the Government to bring forward plans to ensure its child poverty targets are met and that absolute and relative poverty among children and adults will fall in each year of the Spending Review period.
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