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Review 24

The Autumn 2013 edition of Review is packed with all the latest news from the Bevan Foundation. It features an article on the implications of poor diet and hunger in Wales by Kevin Morgan, Professor at the School of Planning…

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Impact of welfare reform on Wales*

Posted in BlogBlog | Feb 19, 2014

The latest in the series of Welsh Government’s reports on the impact of welfare reform on Wales estimates that the changes to various working age benefits will reduce household incomes in Wales by a total of £900 million, equivalent to…

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Review 23

The Summer 2013 edition of Review is jam-packed with the latest news and comment on the Assembly’s recent and upcoming agenda. It features articles on the Social Services Bill, the Commission on Public Services, the Sustainable Development Bill, the Bill on…

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A decade of austerity

Posted in BlogBlog | Mar 21, 2013

Yesterday’s labour market statistics and budget should give everyone pause for thought. There has been no economic growth for five years, since the financial crash began in early 2008.    GDP has been broadly static, in both Wales and the…

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When we collide, we come together

Posted in BlogBlog | Jan 11, 2013

  It has been a week where Welsh Labour has been under some uneasy scrutiny inside and outside the Senedd, not least when the Minister for Local Government and Communities confirmed the Welsh Government’s final settlement for local authorities in Wales on…

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