NHS Union strike after 15% fall in pay.

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NHS Union strike after 15% fall in pay.
26th August 2014

Unite is balloting its members working in the NHS for strike action over a pay dispute.

The union said its figures show NHS workers have had a 15 per cent fall in pay since the coalition government came to power in 2010.

It's one of four health unions to ballot members on industrial action.

As the union ballots its 100,000 NHS members on strike action over pay, we ask Unite's head of health, Rachael Maskell, what this could mean for London hospitals.

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