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Nurses slam 5% pay offer as a ‘slap in the face’

Poll of Nursing Standard readers on Twitter reveals majority dismayed by pay offer

Lucy Letby trial: ‘unusual’ levels of gas found in abdominal X-rays of two baby triplets

The brothers died on consecutive days while under the care of the accused nurse

Nurses urged to vote for the new 5% pay offer

RCN and DHSC have agreed to put forward a pay increase of 5% for 2023-24

Nurses’ pay: new deal expected to be agreed today

Offer could be one-off payment for this year and maximum of 5% for 2023-24

Should nurses go back on strike while pay talks continue?

A nurse-led petition is urging the RCN to restart walkouts in England

Nurses’ pay hopes dashed in budget ‘betrayal’

Nurses left with ‘little reassurance’ they will get pay rise needed to solve NHS crisis

Lucy Letby trial: doctor asked for nurse to be removed from duties

Hospital boss refused to remove nurse from neonatal unit, court told

Nurse ‘destroyed’ by long-COVID leads plea for key workers to receive compensation

Nurse will deliver petition to Downing Street urging help for front-line workers affected

Will there be money for nurses’ pay in tomorrow’s budget?

There has been speculation that chancellor Jeremy Hunt may back-date some pay awards

NHS trust’s appeal to nurses to work extra hours as junior doctors stage strike

Nurses’ union urges members to do nothing that could undermine impact of medics’ walkout

Struck off: the nurse who failed to alert her ex-employer after it carried on paying her

Nurse was wrongly paid a salary for almost two years, but ‘had always intended to repay it’

Give nurses power to perform early-stage abortions, MPs told

Study authors tell parliamentary group that ‘women prefer nurse-delivered services’

Junior doctors’ strike: do nurses have to pick up the workload?

A fresh wave of NHS industrial action is likely to directly impact nursing workloads

Would you be happy for a loved one to receive NHS care where you work?

NHS staff survey shows that only 60% of nurses in England would be satisfied to do so

Will the government’s NHS workforce plan be a ‘betrayal of all staff’?

Critics respond to claims that specific nursing numbers may be removed from staffing plan

No deal yet on nurses’ pay – talks to continue next week

Talks with health unions described as ‘constructive’ by DHSC as strikes remain paused

Lucy Letby trial: parents begged for newborn to be moved

Father wanted surviving triplet to go to another hospital following deaths of boy’s brothers

Anti-strikes law could breach nurses’ human rights

Bill would discriminate against nurses and cause confusion, says parliamentary panel

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