Nigel Farage: ‘There’s no way that nurses are going to get a 12.5% pay rise’

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‘With public finances in the state they’re in, there’s no way that nurses are going to get a 12.5% pay rise, however much sympathy you may have with the great work they’ve done’

Nigel Farage gives his take on nurses calling for pay rises.

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