Pay cap removal must translate to a meaningful pay rise
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Pay cap removal must translate to a meaningful pay rise

Gary Paragpuri @GaryParagpuri Managing editor, Nursing Standard

It’s easy to write about the woes of the NHS. It’s even easier to criticise the inability of political leaders to agree on a plan to secure the future of the NHS – one institution that most people see as the defining success of our modern society.

Nursing Standard. 32, 8, 3-3. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.8.3.s1

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