NHS ambulance strikes: Everything you need to know

Nhs ambulance strikes: everything you need to know

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “NHS ambulance strikes: Everything you need to know” – below is their description.

Ambulance workers, paramedics, technicians, call handlers and other NHS staff will walk out in England and Wales in the coming days, in planned industrial action that will affect non-life threatening calls. It comes as the UK faces weeks of strikes across different sectors. Here we look at everything you need to know ahead of the ambulance strikes.

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