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National Audit Office raises fears over Welsh health service fears

A lack of funding means the NHS in Wales is lagging behind in appointing a 'Fraud Tsar'.

The news comes in a report from the National Audit Office which reveals deficits in the Welsh health service rising by £21.8m to £53.9m.

Sir John Bourn, head of the NAO, said: ‘The NHS Directorate of the National Assembly for Wales must urgently address this by ensuring that robust recovery plans are in place.’

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