Controversial plans to downgrade maternity services at hospitals in North Wales may be halted.
NHS bosses at beleaguered trust Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board have "gone back to the drawing board" to consider future plans for maternity services in north Wales according to the shadow health minister.
Ahead of what would have been a second hearing to consider the BMA’s application for a judicial review into the plans, NHS bosses in north Wales are now expected to announce a consultation.
It follows protests and a 15,000 signature petition to the Welsh Government earlier this year. The health board was put into special measures last month.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board have been contacted for comment.