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Shaping scrutiny of the Welsh Government’s spending plans

October 26th 2017

The Bevan Foundation’s evidence is informing the Assembly’s Finance Committee

The Bevan Foundation was delighted to give written and oral evidence to the Assembly’s Finance Committee on 25th October 2017. The Committee is scrutinizing the Welsh Government’s spending plans for the next two years, and was keen to hear our views on a wide range of issues.

The Foundation’s evidence draws on its recent work on effective ways of cutting poverty, the impact of welfare reform and new devolved taxes.

Our written evidence can be downloaded here.

You can also read the transcript of the evidence session and  watch the video recording.

 

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