No more cash for valleys project Rhondda Life
The Welsh government says it will not give any more funding to a regeneration project in the south Wales valleys.
Rhondda Life has been given £1.8m of taxpayers' money, but the only business that has been set up is in the hands of the receivers.
Community organiser Jeff Rees said the money had paid for a pub without any community facilities, while Labour Assembly Member for Rhondda, Leighton Andrews, said the priority was to secure the building for the community.
BBC Wales political correspondent Tomos Livingstone reports.