A confused Welsh Labour Party?

Just found this pearl of wisdom on the Welsh Labour website, Aneurin Glyndwr

"With the European elections just around the corner, let's remind ourselves exactly what a victory for the Tories would mean. David Cameron's policy of isolation in Europe and promise to abolish Regional Development Agencies would be a double blow to British business. RDAs drive their regional economies forward, pulling together European investment and identifying local priorities to deliver for business. Independent auditors recently found that, overall, every pound invested by Regional Development Agencies grows the local economy by four times that."

So it would seem that the Labour Party believes that regional development agencies are good for the economy.

Therefore, such perfect logic from this website begs the question why did the Labour Party abolish the Welsh Development Agency in 2006?

Yet more proof that, as Huw Lewis has pointed out, it is time for Labour to focus on constructing a credible message for voters instead of experimenting on the internet.

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