Patients' families meet MP Ann Clwyd over NHS care
Families from Wales have travelled to Westminster to share their concerns over care their loved ones received at NHS hospitals.
Cynon Valley MP Ann Clwyd invited them, along with complainants from England, to a meeting as part of her review into hospital failings.
Ms Clwyd had protested about the care her late husband received while he was in hospital last year.
It led to Prime Minister David Cameron asking her to become an adviser on how NHS hospitals handle complaints.
She told BBC Wales what Thursday's meeting was about.
04 Jul 2013