First minister's questions
First Minister Carwyn Jones has defended planned changes to the NHS in the face of criticism from the opposition parties.
He was responding to questions from AMs on 22 January 2013.
Local Health Boards across Wales have begun publishing proposals that would see some hospitals close and some services moved to new locations.
At first minister's questions Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood challenged Mr Jones to block a plan to move some neonatal care from north Wales to the Wirral.
But Mr Jones said: "No government would support any scheme that would put lives at risk but if there is no change in the health service, lives will be put at risk."
Leader of the Conservatives Andrew RT Davies suggested that businesses needed more support to gain access to finance, while Liberal Democrat leader Kirsty Williams said Mr Jones' administration should be doing more to support the Welsh farming industry.
The first minister was also asked about higher education, access to broadband and the abolition of the Agricultural Wages Board.
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