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Welfare reform hitting most vulnerable, says Jeff Cuthbert

17 February 2014 Last updated at 08:51 GMT

Welfare reform is "hitting the most vulnerable" in Wales, according to the minister for communities and tackling poverty.

Jeff Cuthbert told Mai Davies of BBC Radio Wales that a Welsh government report had found that the Welsh economy was losing £930m a year because of benefit cuts.

The UK Department for Work and Pensions says 200,000 people in Wales will be better off by £163 a month when universal credit is rolled out fully.

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