Janet Davies


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These experienced professionals cover everything from breastfeeding support to spotting children who may be at risk of abuse. But they are now bearing the brunt of Government cuts and the health and wellbeing of our children is in jeopardy. Poor health in childhood has a detrimental impact in later life. The UK is falling even further behind our European neighbours too. Ministers must ensure local councils have the funding to give every child the best start in life and not undermine progress made in the last decade.feedback
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Apr 29 2017

Nurses should not have to fund the NHS deficit from their own pay packets. Every year that the government holds NHS pay below inflation, hundreds of thousands of nurses get another real-terms cut to their salary. Too many are struggling to make ends meet, turning to food banks and hardship grants in desperation. A growing number feel they can no longer afford to work in the profession and others are deterred from joining by the meagre pay on offer.feedback

Apr 05 2017

One in three nurses will retire in the next ten years and, unless a meaningful strategy is set, the Government is allowing a time-bomb to tick underneath the profession.feedback

Mar 28 2017

The government will deter new people from joining the nursing profession at the very moment it is failing to retain staff and European colleagues in particular head for the door. The government is still refusing to keep nursing wages in line with inflation. The government has already cut nursing pay by 14% in real terms, leaving too many struggling and turning to food banks and hardship grants.feedback

Mar 28 2017

Many nurses rely on working extra hours for the NHS as agency staff but, from next week, they will be forced to work through a 'bank' and accept lower rates of pay than they get in their normal NHS job. Ministers are ignoring the evidence that staff shortages put patient care and safety at risk. Tens of thousands of nursing jobs lie vacant today and the government missed the opportunity to stop that getting worse.feedback

Mar 18 2017 - Conservative and Unionist Party

The government risks turning off the supply of qualified nurses from around the world at the very moment the health service is in a staffing crisis like never before. As she pulls the trigger to begin negotiations, the prime minister must tell EU nurses and those in other occupations that they are needed and welcome in the NHS. Sadly, it is no surprise that EU staff are leaving – they have been offered no security or reassurance that they will be able to keep their jobs. Few are able to live with such uncertainty.feedback

Mar 18 2017

The government has failed to train enough British nurses and cannot afford to lose the international workforce on which the NHS so heavily relies.feedback

Mar 16 2017

Hospital doctors are blowing the whistle on sliding standards in patient care - wards are full and without the staff to cope. Nursing staff share their fear that things will get even worse in the next year.feedback

Mar 05 2017

With the NHS in financial crisis, it's hard to see how these salaries can be justified.feedback

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