There's been a call for an end to uncertainty over the future of emergency care at Welsh hospitals. The Assembly's Public Affairs Committee says that services at some A&E departments are getting worse while they face the threat of closure.
Plans are in place to centralise A&E units at some hospitals across Wales, but today's report says that firm decisions on whether those proposals will go ahead need to be made urgently, as Hannah Thomas reports.
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