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Bevan Foundation speaks at Westminster on immigration policy

January 14th 2019

Bevan Foundation researcher Lucy Stone spoke at a briefing on Brexit for MPs in the House of Commons on 14th January.

Bevan Foundation lead on immigration, Lucy Stone, spoke at a Brexit Civil Society Alliance briefing for MPs at Westminster on 14th January. Talking about the Foundation’s work in migration policy and Brexit, Lucy was able to outline the vital importance of immigration to Wales’ future, and to ask the key questions of who should decide who has the right to live, work, study and seek protection in Wales.

The briefing took place the day before the ‘meaningful vote’ on the UK Government’s draft EU withdrawal agreement and generated a lot of interest from MPs of all parties and their support staff.

You can read the report here.

This project is kindly funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. 

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