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Welsh health board accounts qualified


Responding to the statement from the Auditor General for Wales that three Local Health Boards’ overspent their budgets in 2013-14 and a further two only avoided overspends due to multi-million pound bailouts, meaning LHB accounts were qualified for the first time in their existence, Darren Millar AM, Shadow Health Minister, said:

“This is an unprecedented embarrassment to Carwyn Jones’ Labour Government and lays bare the scale of Welsh Labour’s record-breaking NHS cuts.

“It provides clear evidence that in spite of multi-million pound in year bailouts, Ministers have not provided the Welsh health service with the cash it needs to deliver the services that patients require.

“The Welsh Labour Government has starved the NHS of resources for far too long and ignored successive warnings from a growing chorus of voices that health boards were in the red and couldn't make ends meet.

"With waiting times spiralling out of control and the ambulance service failing to perform, it is Welsh patients who are paying the price for Labour's health cuts.

"Unless immediate action is taken to secure additional investment in the Welsh NHS, the black hole in Labour's health finances looks only set to get even bigger in the coming years and patients will continue to suffer."

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