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More money for NHS

1st December 2006

Unison is calling for the government to channel more cash in the NHS to bail out debt-ridden trusts.

Union leaders sat the chancellor should use the pre-budget report to help NHS trusts tackle their debts.

The Royal College of Nursing has added its voice to the protest, calling for change to be prompted by clinical improvement not cash savings.

A range of protests against planned cuts are taking place throughout the UK, including demonstrations in Chertsey, Surrey, and Hatfield and Stevenage.

Senior consultant Tony Hulse resigned his post as deputy medical director after 18 years at Maidstone Hospital over plans to downgrade services.

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Article Information

Title: More money for NHS
Author: Carol burns
Article Id: 1404
Date Added: 1st Dec 2006

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