Plaid Cymru: 'Scrap complicated health boards'

Wales' health boards would be scrapped and major hospitals placed under one body, in new Plaid Cymru plans.

The proposals are expected to be central to the party's campaign to win power in the 2016 assembly election.

Local councils would take charge of community services, such as GPs' surgeries, district nurses and mental health, under the plans.

Plaid Cymru's health spokeswoman Elin Jones told BBC Wales Today that the current system is too complicated.