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Issue : 27 July 2010

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  • Why is the nearest I get to a lunch break three custard creams and some cold tea on the way to pick up the kids?

    'From the inside, nursing can look miserable and messy'Subscription

    Opinion23 July, 2010

    We British like a grumble. And, let’s face it, there are times when we have things to grumble about. Football, for example. How rubbish were England in the World Cup? Watching Steven Gerrard wander about the place giving the ball to the opposition at every opportunity was a bit like watching Bambi trying to do a paper round on roller skates.

  • Peter Carter

    'You can help us stop dangerous frontline cuts'Subscription

    Opinion23 July, 2010

    Peter Carter on the government’s proposed ‘efficiency savings’ and how you can get involved in the RCN’s new campaign, Frontline First.

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