A relatively new commission, the Mental Health and Income Commission has published their second report in their existance, concerning more details on the Mental Health Income Gap they uncovered in their first report. This report covers a longer term for data, with information regarding factors that cause the income gap and what challenges those with mental health problems may face.

The six section report covers a basic explanation of the issue, the role of both the labour marker and the social security system within the issue, and the challenges those roles cause. The report is then capped with a conclusion and a plan to create a third report that will analyse the challenges made evident by their first two reports.

You can read the full report here.