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June 2019

June 18, 2019

Conservative leader Paul Davies, during the latest sitting of the Welsh Parliament, refers to Betsi Cadwaladr health board – which has been under partial Welsh Government control since a report in June 2017. He says 70,000 people have had to wait more than six weeks for their outpatient appointment. “Having a health board in special measures means things should be getting better”, but he says they are getting worse. “There is no specific plan, no timeline,” he says. “Who is accountable?”

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