08 January 2020
The National Assembly’s Research Service (Senedd Research) is a research, analysis and information service designed to meet the needs of Assembly Members and their staff.
Launched in 2013, our InBrief blog offers bite-sized and easily digestible information and commentary on topical issues and developments within the National Assembly. We routinely blog ahead of major Welsh Government policy debates that are taking place in the Assembly Chamber (in ‘Plenary’) and debates on Assembly Bills and committee inquiry reports.
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