£48m boost to help reduce social exclusion in Wales

Welsh secretary Alun Michael has announced that £48m will be spent tackling social exclusion in the principality over the next three years. The first tranche of £8m, to be spent in the current financial year, will support drug and alcohol treatment services, promote local initiatives to encourage young people away ...

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