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Well done this nurse

veritercveriterc Posts: 163Community champion Pioneering
A semi-retired nurse who has spent years working in the NHS had the guts to challenge the NHSE hierachy at their latest meeting.  Watch Gay Lee's brave attemp at asking what is going to be done about staff shortages in NHS 


  • Pippa_ScopePippa_Scope Posts: 5,856Member Disability Gamechanger
    Would love to read this @veriterc but the link above doesn't seem to be working! Might just be my computer but would you mind double checking?
  • Government_needs_reformGovernment_needs_reform Posts: 846Member Pioneering
    @Pippa_Scope No it's not you...lol The link doesn't work..
    ✅👀From the Labour manifesto 21st November 2019👀✅
    The Tories’ flagship social security programme, Universal Credit (UC),
    has been a catastrophe. It has pushed thousands of people into poverty, caused families to lose their homes and forced parents to visit food banks in order to feed their children.
    Labour will scrap UC. We will immediately stop moving people onto it and design an alternative system that treats people with dignity and respect. Our ambition in designing this system will be to end poverty by guaranteeing a minimum standard of living.
    Tory cuts are pushing people into rent arrears and leaving them at risk of homelessness. We will stop housing costs running away from benefits
    by scrapping the bedroom tax and increasing the Local Housing Allowance.
    Labour stands with and for disabled people. We will always challenge stigma and discrimination wherever it is found and support the right of disabled people to live independently and be treated with respect.
    We will stop the dehumanising Work Capability and PIP Assessments,
    which repeatedly and falsely find ill or disabled people fit to work, and make sure all assessments are done in-house.
    Time and again disabled people have had to fight through the courts to receive the support they are entitled to.

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