Soldiers' treatment time delays denied by Welsh government
Do soldiers wait longer for treatment in Wales than elsewhere in the UK?
The Welsh government has questioned the accuracy of the record of a meeting in which the most senior doctor in the armed forces raised concerns about NHS waiting times in Wales.
The Ministry of Defence has said the minutes were agreed by everyone and all it wants to do is ensure consistent treatment for soldiers across the UK.
Political editor Nick Servini reports.
07 Apr 2014