health Secretary to Matt Hancock said there was "still much to do".
Similar trends can be seen across Britain, The Report said.
"to improve the health, it has ceased to be the means that the society has ceased to improve. "
The Report from The Institute of Health Equity, considers the expansion of health inequalities and deteriorating health, which have marked The Last Decade not only on a very cold Winter, flu, or problems with the NHS or social care.
Instead, it points the finger at "the social and economic conditions, many of which have increased inequality".
Prof Marmot said, similar trends can be seen across the UK, where the slow-down in Life Expectancy is even more pronounced than in most European and other high-income countries, to US.
The government needs to tackle health inequalities "as a matter of urgency" and bring down The Level of the disadvantaged areas in the North to The Level of health of People enjoyed the life in London and The South , The Report says
Labour's shadow health Secretary Jonathan Ashworth described The Report as a "devastating verdict on 10 Years of austerity under the Conservatives", and called for "urgent measures", the Prime Minister .
In a statement, Mr Hancock said: "There is still much more to do, and our fat-prevention agenda, a Record £33. 9bn a year, the investment in the NHS, and a world-leading plans for improving the health of children, to ensure that each person can lead a long and healthy life. "'It's helped me mentally,'
In some cities, such as Coventry, projects have been Set Up , in order to bring about change, such as a support group for Sundays mothers and a centre helps People trying to find work, runs the consulting life, and application documents.
The Real Junk Food Café is somewhere to face meeting with similar challenges.
"It has helped me, mentally, I mean, because I suffer from depression," he said.
"So you come here did me a little bit, and actually getting me to speak to mix with the People and with them. "
Wayne says, he began, gained a sense of community and is now volunteering in The Cafe .
The Report says that to build some local authorities and communities well to tackle health inequalities, and the government must now, following the successful examples.
His recommendations are:
you said, child poverty, Sure Start Children's centres and poverty, were the areas that needed immediate investment.
Shirley Cramer CBE, chief executive of the Royal Society for Public Health , said: "If the new government wants to show that it can go the conversation on 'levelling up' for the regions and groups that have been Left Behind , it must begin by paying More Than mere Lip Service to the reality of The Deep -rooted inequalities in the whole of the UK. "