A Welsh think tank has described the progress made in reducing poverty in Wales as 'disappointing'.
The Bevan Foundation found that nearly a quarter of Wales' population live in a household with an income of less than 60% of the average, a proportion that is one of the highest in the UK.
The think-tank also found that there's been a decrease in the proportion of children living in poverty, down to 29% of children. However, there has been a surprising increase in the proportion of pensioners on low incomes, up to 17%.
The Welsh Government says tackling poverty in Wales is one of its top priorities: