Nick Morris

Head of Policy and Communications (Wales), Crisis

Nick has led Crisis’ Welsh policy and communications work since 2017. Before working at Crisis he worked in a number of external affairs roles, including the UK Office for National Statistics, the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, and Sense/RNIB.

Blogs from this author

At a time when UK politics and media are full of debates and disagreements about Brexit, there’s always the risk that issues like housing and homelessness struggle for the attention they deserve. Welsh Labour’s Spring conference in Llandudno, north Wales, took place against this backdrop with potential elections on the horizon.


Last weekend saw Plaid Cymru’s annual autumn conference in Swansea, which happens to be just a st...


People experiencing homelessness, especially those rough sleeping or in unsafe temporary accommod...


As the Secretary of State gives the clearest sign to date that the Westminster Government is considering repealing the Vagrancy Act, our policy lead for the Scrap the Act campaign reflects on what this would mean for ending rough sleeping in England and Wales.


All parties in Wales must commit to making ending homelessness and helping people into safe and stable housing a priority in this election. Yn etholiadau hyn, mae rhaid i wleidyddion ymrwymo at roi terfyn ar ddigartrefedd a sicrhau bod helpu pobl i sicrhau tai diogel a sefydlog yn flaenoriaeth.