Health Secretary ‘keen’ to talk to unions but resists pressure on pay

Health secretary ‘keen’ to talk to unions but resists pressure on pay

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Health Secretary ‘keen’ to talk to unions but resists pressure on pay” – below is their description.

The Health Secretary has said he is “keen” to “continue a dialogue” with unions while again suggesting ministers are not prepared to budge on pay.

Steve Barclay said the nurses’ union which is calling for an inflation-busting wage hike should respect the independence of the NHS pay review body that proposed the current offer.

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