The First MInister's announcement of a review into the future provision of neonatal care in North Wales doesn't mean the controversial transfer of services to the Wirral will be halted. A Welsh Government spokesperson has confirmed to me that the changes will go ahead as planned.
That's because the move is seen as 'clinically imperative.' So the First Minister's statement backs the local health board's plans but means that he'll commission a review into ways of bringing the services back into Wales in the long term. That may not be the reassurance campaigners hoped for.
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