‘One of the best ways to raise living standards is to cut peoples’ taxes’

Whether one agrees with David Cameron’s observation in respect of the Welsh government, is neither here not there.

The crucuial point here is whether or not Welsh Labour should be let loose with taxpayer largesse?

Consider its track record so far:

1 A Welsh economy that has the lowest GDP in Europe.
2 An education sytem that is massively failing Welsh youth.
3 A health service that is rife with incompetence and cronyism (just like all the other Welsh institutions!).
4 Billions of taxpayers’ money rewarding failure and non-accountability.

The list goes on and on.

If the Welsh people vote for more of the same, then be assured that Wales will be finished once and for all. God knows, it is close enough to backwater irrelevance as it is.

Julian Ruck

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2 thoughts on “‘One of the best ways to raise living standards is to cut peoples’ taxes’

  1. Yes! …..Wales should have the ability to cut taxes and give people more money in their pockets. Unless the people of Wales prefer to spend the money on more Assembly members and the gravy train brigade in Cardiff Bay?

    Now we are talking about taking money from Welsh people, scrounging off Britain the EU and wasting the money is one thing but we don’t want our money wasted and abused……..

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