This is the state of inequality in Europe

A man enjoys the sun sitting in a chair in the Palais Royal Garden in central Paris, France, July 1, 2015.  A widespread, long-lasting heat wave will spread across much of France, U.K., Belgium, the Netherlands and western Germany with forecast highs on Wednesday reaching 35 degrees Celsius (95 degrees Fahrenheit).   REUTERS/Charles Platiau

EU income inequality is starting to fall after a period of relative stability following the 2008 financial crash. Image: REUTERS/Charles Platiau

Zsolt Darvas
Senior fellow, Bruegel
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