Welsh Assembly - Poverty in Wales

Tuesday 30 January, 2018 Written by 
Welsh Assembly - Poverty in Wales

 The Welsh Assembly in Wales 30/01/2018

1 - Introductions, apologies, substitutions and declarations of interest

   Start time: 09:16

2 - Inquiry into poverty in Wales: making the economy work for people on low incomes - evidence session 11

   Start time: 09:17

3 - Motion under Standing Order 17.42 (vi) to resolve to exclude the public from items 4, 8, 9 and 10 of the meeting

   Start time: 10:47

4- Inquiry into poverty in Wales: making the economy work for people on low incomes - discussion of evidence received under item 2

5 - Public Services Ombudsman (Wales) Bill: evidence session 11 - financial scrutiny

   Start time: 11:02

6 - Public Services Ombudsman (Wales) Bill: evidence session 12 - scrutiny of general principles

 
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