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It’s been almost five months since the UK voted to leave the EU. As the initial shock of the referendum result dies down, the latest edition of Exchange looks at the impact that Brexit could have on Wales.
Our contributors explore what Brexit means for Wales’ economy, environment and communities, with leading figures considering the impact that leaving the EU will have on their respective fields, including local government, medicines and agriculture. We also bring you our regular Showcase and Spotlight features and the latest news from the Bevan Foundation, as well as from our subscribers.
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• The First Minister writes about making Brexit work for Wales
• Andrew RT Davies AM consider that opportunities which may arise out of Brexit
• Lesley Hodgson looks at the impact of Brexit on community relations
• Jill Evans MEP shares her thoughts on what Brexit might mean for communities across Wales
• Martin Mansfield explores how a ‘fair work nation’ can be delivered post-Brexit
• The future of medicines in Wales is the topic of Richard Greville’s article
• Prof Peter Midmore gives his views on the impact of Brexit on Wales’ agriculture sector
• Rachel Sharp considers what Brexit will mean for the future of our countryside
• The impact of Brexit on local government in Wales is explored by Steve Thomas
• And Victoria Winckler sets out the Bevan Foundation’s agenda for a fair, prosperous and sustainable Wales after Brexit.
• The Big Lottery Fund tells us about their work on the future of ‘doing good’ in Wales.
• Martin Warren, ICAEW’s Director for Wales is in this edition’s spotlight.
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