Wrong target for such point-scoring; LETTERS.
When the Prime Minister said the health service on his side of Offa's Dyke means life but on the Welsh side it means death, he must have known the hurt and anger those offensive words would have not only on those who work in our health service but the many people who have good reason to be grateful for the treatment they have received from those dedicated people.
For the Prime Minister to associate all those who work in the Welsh Health Service with death is almost unbelievable and unforgivable, and for those who give the enthusiastic applause they should hang their heads in shame.
It was not about improving the health service.
It was using the health service to score political points in the hope of winning votes.
The Prime Minister has nothing but despicable words to say about the Welsh Health service. Unlike the PM, I have personal experience of the Welsh health service for which I will always be grateful, so I say to the Welsh health service: Diolch yn Fawr Iawn.
Ted McKay, Wrexham.