‘Your reluctance to strike tied our hands’
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‘Your reluctance to strike tied our hands’

Union negotiators felt they could not push the government for a bigger NHS pay rise because they believed members were unlikely to take industrial action, RCN chief pay negotiator Josie Irwin revealed.

Nursing Standard. 33, 3, 22-22. doi: 10.7748/ns.33.3.22.s12

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