Welsh councils in £1.2m Brexit boost

By Dan Peters | 13 March 2019

An extra £1.2m has been allocated to help Welsh councils prepare for Brexit, local government minister, Julie James, announced today.

Up to £45,000 will be made available to each local authority in Wales and a further £200,000 will be made available to them through the Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA).

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