Strike action could be a defining moment – but will it work?
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Strike action could be a defining moment – but will it work?

Erin Dean Health journalist

Precedent must make nurses hopeful they can win their pay and patient care disputes on the picket line, without losing public support

Nurses working in the NHS have made their intentions clear – fears for their own financial security and the long-term viability of patient care have pushed them in large numbers to vote for strike action.

Nursing Standard. 37, 12, 8-10. doi: 10.7748/ns.37.12.8.s6

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