MBN

NEWS

Labour’s woeful record in Wales should serve as a warning

Do you agree with the IMF's raid on inheritances to bring down debt?VOTE NOW : POLL OF THE DAY
Published Time: 12.05.2024 - 00:40:16 Modified Time: 12.05.2024 - 00:40:16

The Leader of the Opposition has described it as a “blueprint” for what he could achieve in office

The Leader of the Opposition has described it as a “blueprint” for what he could achieve in office. This is unlikely to instil confidence


Even by the dismal standards of the Welsh Labour government, plans to deploy satellites to spy on home-owners must mark a new low. In a possible attempt to squeeze yet more council tax from homeowners, “aerial and street-view photography” will be used to verify the size of houses, with those living in areas with good schools or lower crime rates also likely to be “punished” under the new regime. 

Given Labour has been in power in Wales for years, should the British electorate expect similar measures to be rolled out across the nation if it wins the next general election? 

Comments

More stories

More from Opinion

More from The Telegraph

NEWS