"In the face of these punishing settlements from Tory Ministers, Welsh Labour have committed to invest in the future, with an additional £500 million for health and social care, £60 million for local Council road refurbishment schemes and £31.5 million for next generation broadband.
"This is in stark contrast to the picture in Tory-run England where councils like Northamptonshire are facing effective bankruptcy due to cuts.
Not at all. But the lagoon is essentially a pfi scheme.
Private investment, mainly, builds the thing and then charged the nation, is you and me, a set price to recoup that investment. The government have decided it's too expensive. Bearing in mind we'd be paying it of for 90 years... Or more of it's 120 year life cycle. They reckon the last 30 years would be free power. But the first few years will make your eyes water.
I'm not really sure what the benefit to Wales would be, bar five artificial lagoons.
Instead they're looking at putting a nuke in Anglesey.