In an interview on BBC Wales Sunday Politics this morning, Andrew RT Davies refused to commit to continuing spending in important areas funded by the Welsh Labour Government.
This is the reality of the Tory cuts coming to Wales if they take power in May. It will have a terrible impact on Welsh jobs, policing and the economy.
Tory Wales cuts will include:
- Major rail investments
- Major broadband and digital investment
- Emergency payments to families in need
- 500 Police Community Support Officers
- Support for Veterans
- Support for Welsh businesses
- Supporting young people study abroad
- Crucial support to tackle violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence
- Support for the Wales for Africa programme
A Welsh Labour spokesperson said:
“Yet more Tory cuts to policing. Andrew RT Davies has just confirmed this will be the reality of a Tory-run Wales.
“From broadband to rail, from police support officers to tackling violence against women and girls; the Tory axe would see over £230 million cut from Wales.
“Welsh Labour will protect and defend our support for veterans, businesses and young people studying abroad.”