The UK Government has launched another scathing attack on the Welsh Health Service today, saying Offa's Dyke is now "the line between life and death". That comment came as the Conservative Party Conference got underway in Llangollen.
But the criticism comes on the same day that a report into health services in the different nations of the UK found that, on the whole there isn't a significant difference between them. Rob Osborne reports.
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