In the last decade, there have been more than 200 million new people added to the country’s population, which is now more than two-thirds of the world’s.
Many are in countries such as the United States, Australia and New Zealand, and many more are in Asia and Latin America, including Mexico, Colombia and Brazil.
It is estimated that there are about 5 million people living in poverty in the United Kingdom alone, a figure that is set to rise to around 10 million by 2030.
However, this figure includes a significant proportion of the population living in the developing world.
The UK is home to almost two-fifths of the global population, and one in four people in the UK is below the poverty line.
This is due to the fact that the country is an island nation, meaning that it does not share a common border with any other nation.
In the UK, poverty is largely a local issue, with the poorest families receiving relatively less from the state than their richer counterparts.
It also has the benefit of the UK’s large number of private health insurance schemes, which have enabled many people to get into the NHS, and access medical treatment.
According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), there were 1.35 million people in poverty last year, compared to 9.5 million in 2007.
In many parts of the country, there are still many people living on less than £1,000 a year, and the majority of these people have to rely on the state for their health care.
As well as the issue of rising health care costs, many people are not paying enough to cover basic expenses such as rent and food.
However the Government is trying to bring the UK into line with other countries in the world, by introducing a new tax credit scheme, known as the Universal Credit, which will see an increase in the amount people can receive.
This will help low-income households to pay more for their basic needs.
In recent years, a number of different initiatives have been introduced, including the introduction of universal free childcare and a new benefit which helps to help people to make the transition to work and to help those on low incomes get into work.
But many people still struggle to pay their bills, and some are being forced to use food banks.
What are the main ways people in Britain struggle to cover the basics?
Some of the biggest barriers to health care coverage are financial, while others are cultural.
According the ONS, about one-quarter of people who are currently living in extreme poverty in Britain say they have a mortgage.
In extreme poverty, the amount of money a family needs to cover their basic costs is much higher than the amount they would normally have to pay, according to the Resolution Foundation, an organisation which supports low- and middle-income people in England and Wales.
A person in extreme economic hardship may be unable to pay rent, or have to borrow money from family and friends to buy basic food.
Some people have difficulty paying for food or medicine as a result of their work.
Others cannot afford to buy a TV because they do not have the income to pay the bills.
The situation of many people in extreme low-paid work is also very difficult.
There is a huge stigma attached to having a job and a high level of stress.
Many people who work in low-paying, low-skilled jobs are at a real disadvantage.
In an Ipsos MORI poll published in October 2016, 59 per cent of British people were unhappy with their jobs and 47 per cent said they felt they had no “support system”.
According to research carried out by the charity, The Guardian, many workers are working longer hours than their counterparts in other developed countries, and are often at the end of their careers.
However despite the difficulties, some of these workers have been able to get by on low wages, as a consequence of their low social security contributions.
One in six people in this age group are living in a household with two or more members.
A report from the Resolution Trust in April 2017 found that about a quarter of low-wage earners are women and that women’s employment has fallen over the last three decades.
This has meant that a significant number of women in this demographic have had to look after the children of low wage earners.
The main problem facing these women is the difficulty they have in finding jobs in their chosen field.
According a survey carried out in October 2015 by the Resolution Fund, two-in-three women in their 20s said they had not been able find a job in their field, which means they have had difficulty finding a job.
One out of three of these women also have been unable to secure enough training for their career in their preferred field.
This can mean that many women are unable to progress through their careers, as their skills do not improve, while they struggle to find suitable work.
In a recent study by the Office