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Members of Swansea Council's health and social care scrutiny board will look at the case of murdered baby Aaron Gilbert when it meets on Monday.The committee will review the report on how social services handled the investigation into reported abuse of the 13-month-old baby.
Monday, 18 Jun, 2007

Best Of NHS ... And Its Worst

Leading GP Dr Andrew Dearden launched an emotional attack last week on the “quagmire” of bureaucracy in the NHS which has forced at least one doctor to take sick leave.
Older people in Wales are more likely to face abuse than in any other UK nation, a government survey has shown. The two-year study revealed that thousands of older people are being physically, sexually or psychologically abused, usually by their own relatives.
Rhodri Morgan has been asked to award nurses a full one-off pay increase today. Plaid Cymru leader Ieuan Wyn Jones challenged him to reject the Treasury’s plan of spreading nurses’ pay rises over two stages and bring in a single pay rise, as in Scotland.