Matt Hancock defends one per cent pay rise for nurses: decision based on ‘affordability’ | Covid-19

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Matt Hancock defends one per cent pay rise for nurses: decision based on ‘affordability’ | Covid-19” – below is their description.

    Matt Hancock is asked whether a one per cent pay rise for nurses is fair.

    He pays tribute to the “incredible work” of all working in the NHS, especially during the second peak, and says the decision was based on ‘affordability’ and is ‘fair’.

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