Helen Rowe

Helen Rowe is an award-winning social researcher, an author and a campaigner. Her expertise in the social housing sector includes campaigns on adult literacy and digital inclusion. As co-founder of the Connected Housing Initiative, she fought to improve Internet access for vulnerable and low-income residents living in social housing in England. In central government, she was a counter-terrorism expert and chemical and biological weapons analyst. Her voluntary work has encompassed prostitute support centres in London and support for an East End food bank and local urban farm. She lives in London with her husband and daughter.

How do we eliminate poverty from Britain in five years without raising taxes? The answer requires two fundamental concepts upon which all else would stand: The need for compassion and the need for a plan.
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