British nurses vote to strike in first ever national action

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British nurses have voted for the first time to go on industrial action before Christmas, as increase in the inflation rate has plunged many Brits into dire economic straits.

Union officials say nurses in “large swathes of the country” working in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland voted for industrial action after strike ballots were recommended to 300,000 members of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).








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