The number of winter deaths has risen in Wales and it's been described as a "national scandal" by a leading charity.
Figures from the Office of national statistics in Newport shows the number of excess winter deaths was 1,900. Cold weather can increase risks of problems such as stroke but as Rob Osborne's been finding out, many blame the rising cost of heating a home.
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