Haringey has the highest proportion of low-paid jobs of any district or borough in the country, research shows.

One in three jobs in Haringey are low-paid, according The Living Wage Foundation's analysis.

London boroughs dominate the list of the areas with the highest proportion of low-paid jobs, with Brent, Waltham Forest, Bexley and Redbridge rounding out the top five.

The real Living Wage set by the foundation currently sits at £12 across the UK, rising to £13.15 in London.

More than 13 per cent of jobs across London pay below the real Living Wage.

The Making London a Living Wage City project aims to address this, putting £635 million back into Londoners' pockets over four years.

The Rev Dr Simon Woodman, Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church and Citizens UK leader, said: "It is a matter of shame that London, one of the world's greatest cities, has the top five local authorities in the country with the highest proportion of low paid jobs: nearly a third of people in these areas are living on the edge of poverty."

Gina Rodriguez, Citizens UK leader, added: "With the cost-of-living crisis, too many low-paid workers are worrying about whether they can afford to turn the heating on during winter.

"This shouldn’t happen in one of the richest cities in the world."