Month: November 2016

What does the Autumn Statement mean for the Welsh Government budget? – Guto Ifan

Posted on 24 November 2016 by Guto Ifan

This article was written by Guto Ifan. Guto joined the Wales Governance Centre at Cardiff University as a research assistant on the Government Expenditure and Revenue Wales (GERW) project, estimating and analysing Wales’€™ fiscal position. The Autumn Statement will have left many onlookers in Wales feeling slightly underwhelmed. A year ago, the then-Chancellor George Osborne
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Housing law and the jurisdiction

Posted on 8 November 2016 by Steffan Evans

Friday November 5th saw one of the first legal cases brought before the courts under the Housing (Wales) Act 2014, Tovey v Rent Smart Wales. Some of you may have read my blog yesterday over at the Welsh Housing Quarterly on the case. The blog discussed some disturbing information that came to light during proceedings.
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