Welsh NHS 'scaremongering' debated by Davies and Smith
Labour has accused the Conservatives of "scandalous scaremongering" over the state of the Welsh NHS.
Shadow Welsh Secretary Owen Smith said Labour was "proud" of its record running the NHS in Wales.
He said Wales had a "harder task to deal with" than other UK nations due to its relatively older and sicker population.
Welsh Tory leader Andrew RT Davies said Labour had left Wales with longer waiting lists and reduced access to treatments available elsewhere.
They debated the issue on Sunday Supplement on BBC Radio Wales with presenter Vaughan Roderick.
26 Oct 2014