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Well done this nurse

veritercveriterc Posts: 149Community 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 
https://aftercancers.com/challenging-nhss-back-slapping/https://aftercancers.com/challenging-nhss-back-slapping/

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  • Pippa_ScopePippa_Scope Posts: 5,858Member 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: 763Member Pioneering
    @Pippa_Scope No it's not you...lol The link doesn't work..

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    "This must not be allowed to happen"

    The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) has published a contract notice announcing its plans for a £3.1billion revamp of heath checks for Personal Independence Payments (PIP) and other benefits.

    PIP is not ESA or even UC, having one assessment for those benefits is morally wrong to treat them as ONE size fits all with that one assessment.

    Latest update 9th May 2019

    DWP confirms single assessment plans, despite Tomlinson confusion

    The government has confirmed that it is pushing ahead with plans to test how it might be able to merge two disability benefit assessments into one, despite comments from a minister that appeared to suggest that no such plans were being discussed.

    But DWP has now made it clear to Disability News Service that testing of a single assessment will be going ahead.

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