There is growing pressure tonight for a major inquiry into the care being offered at Welsh hospitals as yet more stories emerge of complaints from patients and their relatives.
In the latest incident, a Swansea man has called for investigations into the care offered for older people in Welsh hospitals, saying he's far from happy with the way his 87-year-old mother was treated.
The Welsh Government says there is 'a clear process for raising concerns in the health service without resorting to lengthy and expensive public inquiries at every opportunity.'
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