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Benefits in Wales: options for better delivery

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The Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee will be undertaking an inquiry into Benefits in Wales: options for better delivery.

 

Terms of reference

 

The Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee terms of reference for its inquiry Benefits in Wales: options for better delivery are to consider:

  • arguments for and against the devolution of welfare benefits;
  • lessons learned from the devolution of some social security powers to Scotland;
  • options for different forms of devolution (i.e. Universal Credit flexibilities, the devolution of specific benefits, the ability to create new benefits etc.);
  • practical considerations of devolution (i.e. the financial implications, integration of devolved and non-devolved systems, delivery infrastructure etc.); and
  • the principles that could underpin the delivery of benefits in Wales.

 

Business type: Committee Inquiry

Reason considered: Assembly Business;

First published: 21/02/2019

Decision due: Meeting Date by Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee

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