Nurses across UK vote to go on strike over pay dispute first time

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The British Nurses Union, representing hundreds of thousands of nurses in the United Kingdom, has voted to hold the first nationwide strike in the union’s 106-year history to demand fair pay and safe staffing.

The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) said the action will affect most National Health Service (NHS) employers. The primary grievance of the nurses are pay levels and patient safety concerns.








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