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Free travel for asylum seekers in Wales

BUSES

27 April 2018
 

Asylum seekers are the next group of people who could be given free travel by the Welsh Government. 

In 2002, Wales became the first part of Great Britain to provide nationwide free bus travel to pensioners and disabled people. The scheme was subsequently extended to all people aged 60 and over and to injured armed services personnel. Free weekend travel for all TrawsCymru bus passengers was launched last year.

Now Julie James, leader of the house and chief whip, has revealed that the...

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