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Labour 'is Wales' weakest link', says Kirsty Williams

6 April 2014 Last updated at 17:54 BST

Kirsty Williams has told the Welsh Liberal Democrat conference Labour is Wales' weakest link following criticism of its public services.

The assembly leader said the "chickens have come home to roost" for a Welsh Labour government that had "enjoyed minimal UK media coverage" for years.

On Wednesday, Prime Minister David Cameron said the Welsh NHS was a "scandal", the latest in a series of fierce criticisms by Conservative MPs of the performance of the service.

Tomos Livingstone reports for BBC Wales Today.

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