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Carwyn Jones criticises Ann Clwyd's attacks on Welsh NHS

The Welsh NHS and Labour's management of it has provoked a furious row.

First Minister Carwyn Jones unleashed a scathing attack on an MP from his own party after her criticisms of the state of the health service.

He said Ann Clwyd, the MP for the Cynon Valley, had produced no evidence and no facts.

Ms Clwyd said she would rather the Welsh assembly concentrate on resolving the problems in the NHS than attacking her personally.

James Williams reports.

  • 18 Mar 2014
  • From the section Wales
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