Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood has told Ukip leader Nigel Farage he "should be ashamed" for his comments on HIV-positive foreign nationals - prompting loud applause from the audience.
Speaking about HIV-positive patients, Farage said: “Here's a fact, and I am sure the other people here will be mortified that I dare to talk about it. There are 7,000 diagnoses in this country every year for people who are HIV positive. It's not a good place for any of them to be, I know.
"Sixty per cent of them are not British nationals. They can come into Britain from anywhere in the world and get diagnosed with HIV and get the retro-viral drugs that cost up to £25,000 per year per patient.
"I know there are some horrible things happening in many parts of the world, but what we need to do is put the NHS there for British people and families, who in many cases have paid into the system for decades."
But Wood hit back, telling the Ukip leader: "This kind of scaremongering is dangerous; it divides communities and it creates stigma to people who are ill and I think you should be ashamed of yourself."
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