Lewisham spending cuts more than double national average

The Guardian's Data Blog has mapped the country in terms of the distribution of local authority spending cuts.

The cuts in Lewisham (which is the 16th most deprived borough in England) amount to £143.50 cut per person between 2010-11 and 2012-13 - more than twice the national average of £60.90.

The inner London boroughs are all among the hardest hit in the country, while outer London areas such as Bexley, Ealing and Redbridge less-badly affected.

Thanks to Jo on Twitter for the hat tip.