Government to ‘scapegoat’ nurses for NHS failings, claims Wes Streeting

Government to ‘scapegoat’ nurses for nhs failings, claims wes streeting

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Wes Streeting, the shadow health secretary, claimed the government was allowing the NHS strikes to go ahead this winter instead of negotiating a settlement to give it an excuse for wider failures with the service

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