Average house prices in Oxford ‘become least affordable in Britain’

Average house prices in the South East, and especially London, rose even faster during 2014 (January to December) than in the same period of 2013, says new research

A changing housing market

The average price of sold houses in England and Wales has more than doubled since 1995

‘Generation rent’? We’ve been here before

A home-owning majority in Britain was a one-generation blip. But if we are becoming a renting country again, we’ll need better regulation

Generation Rent

Can today’s British youth “have a life that isn’t simply working to get the money to pay the rent”?

Housing, the Economy and Trying to Imagine a Better Way

Danny speaking at Inequality and New Economics

Money changes everything

The latest admissions data show that the higher education sector is a safe haven in troubled times. With few other options available to school-leavers, universities have opened their doors to unprecedented numbers of young people from an unprecedentedly wide range of backgrounds.

The Housing Disaster

Danny in conversation with Paul Watt


Brian Nolan, Danny Dorling and Fran Bennett speaking about inequality at the 21st Century Challenges Conference

An interview with Danny

The interview was made in November 2014 and published on Long Term Economy in January 2015

The difficulties and rewards of talking to school children about inequality in one of the most unequal countries of the rich world

Keynote by Danny Dorling held at the Annual Geography Teacher Education Conference, Hawkwell House Hotel, Iffley, Oxford

The housing crisis and solutions

Danny speaking speaking at the Cardiff Anti-Bedroom Tax Group, Unite Building, Cardiff

Discussing Social Inequality in Oxford: Disappointing, awkward or just a little embarrassing?

In conversation with Danny Dorling at the Oxford Inequality Series organised by the Oxford Hub

Richest 1% will own more than all the rest by 2016

Danny discussing with Ben Southwood of the Adam Smith Institute

The mother of underlying causes – economic ranking and health inequality

This is an extract from a paper published in Social Science and medicine

Can the UK be the richest country in the world?

Danny and the business minister Matt Hancock debate economic growth on BBC Newsnight