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The UK Shared Prosperity Fund

Once the UK leaves the EU, the UK Government has proposed that a UK Shared Prosperity Fund would replace the EU Structural Funds that less economically developed areas receive to address disparities and inequalities. This research briefing sets out the latest developments and key questions on the fund; the views of the Welsh and UK Governments; and information on work done by academics, organisations and UK legislatures in relation to the fund.

28 January 2020

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Once the UK leaves the EU, the UK Government has proposed that a UK Shared Prosperity Fund would replace the EU Structural Funds that less economically developed areas receive to address disparities and inequalities.  This research briefing sets out the latest developments and key questions on the fund; the views of the Welsh and UK Governments; and information on work done by academics, organisations and UK legislatures in relation to the fund.

Read the briefing here:  The UK Shared Prosperity Fund (PDF, 1195KB)


Article by Gareth Thomas, Senedd Research, National Assembly for Wales

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