Nandy defends Labour's youth services policy U-turn

Joe Lepper
Monday, April 20, 2015

The Labour Party has defended its decision to axe its commitment to statutory youth services and insists it still has a credible plan of action to address the sector's funding crisis.

Lisa Nandy said promising a statutory youth service might not have delivered the provision needed by young people. Image: Emile Sandy
Lisa Nandy said promising a statutory youth service might not have delivered the provision needed by young people. Image: Emile Sandy

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