By George Martin For Mailonline
Published: 01:51 BST, 20 June 2019 | Updated: 01:55 BST, 20 June 2019
Young people are spending 7% less on non-housing items than they were in 2001, a new study suggests.
An 'intergenerational audit' published by the Resolution Foundation assesses whether the 20th century norm of each generation enjoying higher living standards than their predecessors still holds true.
The report identified a number of intergenerational living standards challenges facing Britain, including the fall in money spent by 18 to 29-year-olds on non-housing items, including recreation and eating out, returning their pay to