In her first address as prime minister, in front of 10 Downing Street's famous black door, Theresa May said she wanted to tackle the consequences of poverty.
She said that being a United Kingdom meant being a "union of citizens", and this required tackling economic unfairness.
"That means fighting against the burning injustice that, if you’re born poor, you will die on average nine years earlier than others," she said. "If you’re a white, working-class boy, you’re less likely than anybody else in Britain to go to university.
"If you’re at a state school, you’re less likely to reach the top professions than if you’re educated privately."
A new report released today by the respected Institute of Fiscal Studies sets out the current picture of UK poverty, inequality, and deprivation – and so outlines the problem the PM has pledged to tackle. Here are its key messages, in charts.