Labour MP for Clwyd South Susan Elan Jones has a rather desperate go at Plaid Cymru on Wales Home, specifically attacking its new not-for-profit investment in jobs and apprenticeships as "PFI, pure and simple". Such a Private Finance Initiative - a glorified HP scheme for the public sector that involves private companies making a fortune - would be a bad thing of course.
So surely Susan Elan Jones would have been opposed to PFI in all its other manifestations. Such as the PFI scheme for the Aylesbury estate in Southwark, where she was a Labour councillor until 2010? Labour didn't invent PFI, the Tories did. But Brown and Blair took up the PFI idea with such enthusiasm that many consider to be a Labour policy.
Next time Labour want to send out the attack dogs, try to find one with some teeth.