Brexit 'could make it harder to recruit nurses to Welsh NHS'

Brexit could make it harder for Wales to recruit more nurses into the NHS here - that's according to the Welsh Government.

It comes on the day the Health Secretary announced how a new law on nurse staffing levels would be put in place.

Wales will be the first country in Europe to have such a law.

It will come into force in April 2018 and applies to nurse staffing levels in adult acute medical and surgical inpatient wards.

But with hundreds of nursing vacancies and the effects of Brexit to contend with, implementing it will mean challenges.

See the story, from Health Reporter James Crichton-Smith, below.

There is a great demand for more nurses to work in Wales. It's something being felt across the country.

Cwm Taf University Health Board has launched its own recruitment campaign this week, to try and attract more nurses to work in the service.

It's released a series of videos as part of the campaign.