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NHS workers march on Downing Street to demand pay rise

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NHS workers march on Downing Street to demand pay rise

NHS workers march on Downing Street to demand pay rise

NHS staff made their way to Whitehall on Wednesday evening, carrying bannersthat said “Clapping won’t pay my bills” and “We helped you survive, now helpus survive”, as they demanded a pay rise.


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