Welsh Assembly could do more says research

The Welsh Assembly could do more to reduce poverty among homeowners, according to research that claims Welsh owner-occupiers are more likely to live on low incomes than those in England and Scotland. The study for research charity Joseph Rowntree Foundation also found that government support for homeowning, low-income households in Wales fell from more than £200 million a year in the early 1990s to £84 million a year in 2002/03. Low-Income Homeowners in Wales is available from www.jrf.org.uk.

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