There’s not a word of criticism of NHS Wales nor, for that matter, of the Labour Government in Wales, presumably responsible for managing NHS Wales, for its staffing and other resources. Whose to blame? The public of course.
But in Scotland:
In quite a reserved account, with the BMA onside and no rants from Ross or Alex C Hamilton but only from Scottish Labour, once again revealing her contrast with that nice Mark Drakeford:
Scottish Labour’s health spokeswoman Jackie Baillie added: “The health secretary is detached from reality if he thinks the biggest problem here is crowds of people desperate to spend 12 hours sitting in A&E for no good reason.
“Of course we need to use our common sense, but imposing harsh restrictions at A&E without improving access to other services in the system will only pile on the pressure elsewhere in our over-stretched health service.”https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-59152714
For the growing evidence on BBC Scotland’s bias revealed by BBC Wales’ lack of it, see: https://talkingupscotlandtwo.com/?s=Wales