Chief Exec defends Welsh NHS

The Chief Executive of the NHS in Wales has insisted there does not need to be a major inquiry into standards of care, despite many high-profile failings. David Sissling has published his annual report, saying the health service is making progress.

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Welsh Tories reiterate call for inquiry into NHS

Andrew RT Davies, leader of the Welsh Conservatives, says investment, "clear leadership and direction" is needed from the Welsh Government for the NHS here.

Speaking to our Health Reporter Rob Osborne, he reiterated his call that an inquiry is needed into standards of care, similar to that carried out by Sir Bruce Keogh into high mortality rates in England.

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