‘Avoid risky activities during NHS strikes’, Health Minister warns public

'avoid risky activities during nhs strikes', health minister warns public

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‘Avoid risky activities during NHS strikes’, Health Minister Will Quince warns the public.

Nursing staff attend a picket line at Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital as the second round of RCN strikes take place. Interview with Victoria Busk, trainee nursing associate.

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