Camper missing near Colwyn Bay found injured at cliff

A camper has been airlifted to hospital after being found injured at the bottom of a cliff during the early hours.

North Wales Police said the casualty went missing from a group of teenagers camping at Rhyd-y-Foel near Colwyn Bay, Conwy.

A search involving officers on the ground and the force helicopter took place after police were alerted at 02:30 BST on Saturday.

The casualty was found at 05:00 BST and described as injured but conscious.

But the source close to the health minister said: "Despite the savage cuts made to the Welsh Budget by the Tory-led UK government, we are maintaining investment in health and social services in cash terms, with 43% - the largest single proportion of our overall budget - being invested in health and social services."

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The source added: "We do not see a need for a separate cancer drug fund in Wales.

"We already spend approximately £5 more per head of population than England on cancer treatment.

"Even with the additional £200m available in England, it is still less than what we spend per head in Wales.

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