Millions of children in the UK are living in or on the brink of poverty, according to a report from the Campaign to End Child Poverty.
The umbrella organisation, which includes Barnardos, UNICEF, Save The Children and the TUC, has released data for every parliamentary constituency in the UK.
It found that in Birmingham's Ladywood constituency, 81% of children were living in low income families - the highest proportion in the UK.
Low income means families where no-one is working more than 16 hours a week or where the family is receiving the full amount of Working Tax Credit.
The campaigners say this is not a direct measure of exactly how many children are in poverty, but is a good indicator of which areas have the highest child poverty levels.