One party, two distinct policies
Labour's plans (page 14) are expected to entail throwing billions at England's equally untested city academies to replace the worst-performing comprehensives. Neither set of policies will do much for the parties'
electability in Wales. But in some respects it is the Labour education document that looks particularly odd from a Welsh viewpoint. How can one party have such fundamentally different visions for education in Wales and England and still insist on calling both of them Labour policies?