A public enquiry is needed to learn lessons from the Swansea measles outbreak says the Shadow Minister for Health, Darren Millar.
Attention must now turn quickly to planning for the future and the urgent need for an independent public inquiry. Lessons must be learned and failings identified. I urge the Welsh Labour Government to analyse the need for an inquiry and make a statement to the National Assembly as soon as possible
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