Why nurses will be striking to save the NHS, not themselves

Last month, the Royal College of Nurses (RCN) voted to go on strike if the next government – whatever it would have been after the 8th June General Election – decided to keep the below-inflation 1% pay cap for public sector workers. Beyond pay, it’s important to look at what the long-term impacts of chronic underpay of key workers leads to.

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