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Most of MP Ann Clwyd's claims over late husband's care rejected

Labour MP Ann Clwyd has said the findings of a report, which failed to uphold the majority of complaints she made to a health board over the care her husband received before his death, should not have been released.

Ms Clwyd said she would be vindicated by a second inquiry.

The complaints against Cardiff and Vale University Health Board sparked a major political row.

It said it had been working closely with the Cynon Valley MP's legal team throughout the process.

Welsh affairs editor Vaughan Roderick was speaking to Claire Summers on BBC Wales Today.

  • 23 Apr 2014
  • From the section Wales
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