Carwyn Jones and David Cameron
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Carwyn Jones and David Cameron on the NHS in Wales

The Labour first minister and Conservative prime minister have both taken to stages to offer differing views of the Welsh NHS.

Carwyn Jones spoke in Cardiff where he defended his record over the past five years and set out his vision for the next five.

Meanwhile, David Cameron used Prime Minister's Questions to respond to a BBC Wales story about waiting times in the NHS in Wales falling behind those in England.

Mr Jones denied the NHS in Wales was living in the shadow of its neighbour, saying it has more accountability compared to the "baffling complexity" of England's system.

Nick Servini reports.

  • 03 Feb 2016