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Cardiff hospital nurses lose car parking charge court case

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I work in England for hospital whose parking is also controlled by Indigo. I have to pay £2.50 a day for the privilege of working (including the unpaid overtime) for the Trust Luckily with the hours I work I can get a place in the staff car park, otherwise I would be paying £8.50 for the public car park or risk ticketing and a fine. Surely Indigo should waive the parking charge for that day if staff have to use a public bay then immediately report their difficulty to the company (they have staff on duty at their desks). They know the problem so why are they continuing to profit off NHS staff! Yet another example of private companies making a profit either directly and indirectly from the NHS They also make a profit from charging for outpatient and A&E visits, collecting patients from hospital and visiting sick and dying patients.

Posted date

24 July, 2017

Posted time

12:56 pm

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