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Alternative models of domiciliary care
Domiciliary care or ‘homecare’ is social care provided in people’s homes and includes a range of support such as help with daily tasks, personal...
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Remote working and the Welsh economy
The Welsh economy is experiencing a profound and unprecedented shock as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. One of the consequences of lockdowns and public...
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The implications of the European transition for key economic sectors
The European Union is the most economically valuable international trading partner for Wales and the UK, accounting for 43% and 52% of total UK exports and imports...
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Brexit and the NHS workforce
As part of the EU Transition Support Fund Grant received from the Welsh Government, the Welsh NHS Confederation commissioned the Wales Centre for Public Policy...
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Post-Brexit migration and Wales
The UK Government plans to end free movement of people to the UK from EU countries and the proposed Immigration Bill will have significant implications...
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Poverty review
The Welsh Government has consistently held addressing poverty as a primary policy objective and has initiated a variety of related schemes since devolution. These have...
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Raising the age of participation in education or training to 18 in Wales
In England, the compulsory age of participation in education or training was raised to 17 in 2013 and then 18 in 2015. In Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, the...
Commentary 30 November 2020
Gradually and then all at once – The UK’s new points-based migration system and small and medium enterprises
Responding to the Wales Centre for Public Policy’s (WCPP) report on the impact of a new post-Brexit migration system, in this blog Dr Llyr...