>> The pressure continues to pile on British Prime Minister Theresa May after all 4 members of the social mobility commission quit. Alan Milburn who headed the committee for the last 5 years says his resignation was down to May's failure to deliver on her promises.>> I've reached the conclusion, sadly, that with the current government, there is little if any hope of progress being made towards the fairer Britain that the Prime Minister has talked about.
>> May vowed to create an economy that works for all Britons when she was elected.>> Since then, she's been bogged down in Brexit talks. With the UK yet to settle the so-called divorce bill key to unlocking all other negotiations including trade. The commission was formed to look at deprivation around the country, especially on issues such as poverty, education, and housing.
>> What is lacking here is meaningful political action to translate very good words into deeds. In the end, what counts in politics is not what you talk about, it's what you do. And I'm afraid the divisions in Britain are becoming wider. They're becoming wider economically, socially, and geographically.
>> Downing Street argues the government is committed to fighting injustice, highlighting an increase in the national living wage and income tax cuts for the lowest paid..