PMQs: May and Corbyn trade blows over Welsh NHS
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have clashed over the NHS in Wales during the last Prime Minister's Questions of the year.
The prime minister and the Labour leader traded figures about the relative performance of the health services in England and Wales.
Mr Corbyn attacked the UK government's record on waiting times and NHS staffing in England.
Mrs May responded by quoting statistics about Labour's record on health in Wales.
Mr Corbyn then defended the Welsh Government's record and said it depended on a grant from Westminster that is being cut by five per cent by 2020.