Health union members ramp up campaign to reject ‘paltry’ pay deal

NHS Workers Say No sends out leaflets and holds online calls to persuade rank and file to vote against package agreed by leaders

Members of Britain’s biggest health unions are organising a campaign to reject the pay agreement being recommended by union leaders, in a move that threatens to destroy the tentative truce between the government and NHS staff.

A cross-union group called NHS Workers Say No has sent out thousands of leaflets, held online calls and started WhatsApp networks in an effort to persuade members to vote against the 5% increase hammered out during months of talks.

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