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‘Fragile’ A&E departments hit by spate of nurse resignations


It's down to money. If the public want low taxation, then the NHS (and other public services) will continue to be starved of resources, and in the face of relentlessly increasing demand will collapse. The Govt need to admit that we get what we pay for. I would also say that the front line staff are grossly underpaid, unlike the high echelon management who receive very good pay with bonuses for service delivered by said front line staff!

Posted date

4 September, 2018

Posted time

1:25 pm