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Senior nurse explains why she is going on strike

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Senior nurse explains why she is going on strike

Senior nurse explains why she is going on strike

A senior nurse has told ITV News why she is going on strike this December, saying: ā€œIā€™m not willing to watch the NHS crumble underneath my feet.ā€ It comes as 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.

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