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Dodds: Labour would do ‘everything in their power’ to stop nurses strike

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Dodds: Labour would do ‘everything in their power’ to stop nurses strike

Dodds: Labour would do ‘everything in their power’ to stop nurses strike

Shadow Women & Equalities Secretary Anneliese Dodds says if Labour were in government, they would do “everything in their power” to stop the nurses strike.

Nurses in England, Wales and Northern Ireland are set to strike for two days in December in what is set to be their biggest walkout in the NHS's history.

It’s a result of a pay dispute with the government.

Report by Patelr.

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