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David Cameron criticises Welsh government on education

The prime minister has criticised the Welsh government's record on health and education.

David Cameron, speaking at Prime Minister's Questions in the Commons, said the Labour-run administration had cut NHS spending and failed to meet accident and emergency targets as a result.

He said he was also worried about education changes in Wales.

Welsh Labour politicians responded by saying he should focus on issues in England, reported BBC Wales parliamentary correspondent David Cornock.

  • 22 Jan 2014
  • From the section Wales
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