Britain’s NHS nursing staff took industrial action for the first time in 106 years, now Prime Minister Rishi Sunak wants to introduce a new law to prevent any more strikes. Photo: Bloomberg
Britain’s NHS nursing staff took industrial action for the first time in 106 years, now Prime Minister Rishi Sunak wants to introduce a new law to prevent any more strikes. Photo: Bloomberg
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UK’s Sunak plans imminent legislation to crack down on strikes

  • The law, which could be introduced next week, might mean dismissal or legal action if staff and unions fail to provide a minimum service level
  • The move is in response to a wave of industrial action over the winter that has seen nurses, ambulance drivers and rail staff go on strike

Britain’s NHS nursing staff took industrial action for the first time in 106 years, now Prime Minister Rishi Sunak wants to introduce a new law to prevent any more strikes. Photo: Bloomberg
Britain’s NHS nursing staff took industrial action for the first time in 106 years, now Prime Minister Rishi Sunak wants to introduce a new law to prevent any more strikes. Photo: Bloomberg
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