Labour on course to deliver ‘decade of disappointment’ say Welsh Conservatives

Welsh Conservatives have today dismissed a series of new Welsh Labour election pledges, ahead of polling day on May 5th.

Leader of the Welsh Conservatives, Andrew RT Davies, said the pledges would “scarcely paper over the cracks” after a decade and more of disappointment.

Mr Davies also questioned why, after seventeen years in power, so many of the new announcements had never been brought forward before.

Leader of the Welsh Conservatives, Andrew RT Davies, said:

“These pledges will scarcely paper over the cracks, as the gap between Labour’s rhetoric and its results continues to grow.

“Aside from the fact that Labour are shamelessly copying long-standing Conservative pledges on childcare, business rates and access to treatments, there is little on offer here which could not have been introduced at any point in the last seventeen years.

“Whilst Carwyn Jones talks of a decade of delivery, the people of Wales aren’t naïve; all Labour have delivered is disappointment.

“Under Labour, Wales endures the lowest take-home pay in the UK; spending on frontline health services has been cut by a billion pounds since 2011; and despite moderate improvements in GCSE results, they remain worse than those in England.

“So much for ambition and prosperity.

“Wales needs new ideas, not old Labour, and the only way to get real change in May is to vote Welsh Conservatives.”

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