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Comments On Welsh Politics

Les Broad

Published by Les Broad at Smashwords

Copyright 2011 Les Broad

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A Personal Opinion Of The Principality's Economic Development Strategies In Action

Wales is not a rich country. It has riches in its countryside, its scenery and its coastline, it is home to the Welsh who are a warm and hospitable people but its economic performance leaves much to be desired. The withdrawal of The Children's Society, although not a business, from Wales typifies attitudes as it was met by wailing, gnashing of teeth and at least one high profile resignation instead of anyone recognising the move as an implication of devolution and grasping it as an opportunity - after all the Society's infrastructure in Wales still existed and that infrastructure could have been taken over by a separately registered charity with identical aims and the same staff and financial supporters (by now probably lost to Wales).

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