Inflation in Great Britain, nurses also went on strike and took to the streets

In Great Britain, people have been protesting against inflation and poor economic conditions for several weeks, but now nurses have also taken to the streets.

According to foreign media, a strike has been held for the first time in the 106-year history of nursing staff in Great Britain. Nurses in England, Wales and Northern Ireland have gone on two-day strike over a pay dispute.

This strike for increasing the salaries of the nurses, which is tight due to inflation, will continue from 8 am to 8 pm, the nurses have also announced a walkout on December 20 on the issue of salaries.

With such a large number of nursing staff going on strike, the British health system has been badly affected and thousands of operations have been cancelled.

According to British media reports, even during this two-day strike, the staff will continue to provide life-saving and some emergency services.

It should be noted that in view of inflation, nurses in Britain have demanded an immediate 19% increase in salaries, while the government says that the demand for an increase in salaries of nurses cannot be met.

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