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PM claims he wanted to pay nurses more

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The prime minister Gordon Brown has spoken to Nursing Times about the future of the NHS and nurses' pay.

Mr Brown granted NT a private briefing after he unveiled his plans for the future of the NHS at Florence Nightingale School of Nursing, King's College, London.

In the interview, he took personal responsibility for the staged pay award last year that enraged nurses across the country.

Mr Brown also asserted that nurses would support the next round of health service reforms as they are proposed by clinicians and consultants.

To read the full interview, click here.

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