NHS nurse’ strikes: ‘We do the job of two or three people every day’ | Jack Carson reports

Nhs nurse' strikes: 'we do the job of two or three people every day' | jack carson reports

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GB News West Midlands Reporter Jack Carson is outside the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Birmingham, where NHS nurses are striking for a second day this week.

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