David Cameron lead the scathing criticism of the Welsh Government's handling of the NHS in Wales, at the Welsh Conservatives Spring Conference today.
The Prime Minister said: "when Offa's Dyke becomes the line between life and death, we are witnessing a national scandal."
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Ian Paul Mcguigan and two men from Liverpool were caught after a police surveillance operation.
The case has now been adjourned until February, due to a delay which the judge blamed on Brexit.
Police described it as a 'particularly vicious crime'.