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CALL FOR ACTION ON HOMELESSNESS IN WALES

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The Archbishop of Wales, Alwyn Rice Jones, has called on MPs to raise questions in parliament about the problem of ...
The Archbishop of Wales, Alwyn Rice Jones, has called on MPs to raise questions in parliament about the problem of homelessness in Wales, reported The Western Mail (12 Dec p3).

At a conference organised by Shelter Cymru, the homelessness charity, he asked why only English local authorities would benefit from the million-pound cash handout announced recently by Hilary Armstrong, the housing minister.

He said: 'We are pleased that the UK government has set aside this money to provide the necessary shelter to those in desparate need in our larger cities. But where is the money for Wales?'
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