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Why are nurses paying for bankers' mistakes?

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Absolutely agree with all said, and Anonymous | 24-Aug-2011 4:16 pm well said. It is about time we went on strike, not to 'negotiate', but to DEMAND. DEMAND a cease on any and all current and future attacks on our pensions and increments (which aren't great to begin with). An IMMEDIATE pay rise, with newly qualified staff starting at £25,000 and higher ranks paid accordingly. This will simply bring us into line with other professionals, and reflect the education, qualifications, skill, accountability etc that we have. And a dozen other demands I have mentioned ad nauseum elsewhere. They want to know where to get the money from this? They can take it from the bankers bonuses and their own f*****g expense accounts!!!!

Posted date

24 August, 2011

Posted time

11:38 pm

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