In the news in May 2023

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NewsJune 1st, 2023

Coverage of Bevan Foundation work in the media continued throughout May


Housing continued to dominate much of the conversation in the media in May, with the ongoing housing crisis continuing to impact people across the UK. 

On May 1st, Housing Policy Officer, Rob King, featured in a Voice Wales article discussing the lack of affordable housing in the north of Wales. Bevan Foundation work on housing also featured in articles on Property Industry Eye and Landlord Today, as well as being referenced in a Shelter Cymru report 


Bevan Foundation work on poverty also featured across the media. On May 2nd, Bevan Foundation Director, Dr Victoria Winckler was quoted in a Guardian article about the new Welsh Government rules aiming to bring down the cost of school uniforms – a subject the Bevan Foundation has been vocal on. Our work on poverty also featured in an article by the Cambrian.  

In an article for the Leader on May 24th, Mark Isherwood MS, says how he referred to our report on a Welsh Benefit System in a plenary question to the Minister of Social Justice, Jane Hutt. 

Access to Justice  

On May 24th, Pie News referred to the Bevan Foundation and Project Lead, Isata Kanneh, in our response to the UK Government decision to ban international student dependants from coming to the UK. This response has also been mentioned in an article by BUILA.  


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