NHS and social care workers for pay justiceDownload
© Licensed to London News Pictures; 08/08/2020; Bristol, UK. NHS Workers say NO! at a 'Bristol for Pay Justice' rally and march held in solidarity with health and social care workers across the UK demanding fair recognition of everyone in the NHS family and their tireless work throughout the pandemic. The campaign says "If you clapped for us, please come and stand with us." The campaign says it is a disgrace that so many health and social care staff who worked so hard and risked their lives have been overlooked in the public sector pay rise, and that without nurses, health care assistants, porters, cleaners and the whole NHS family the UK could not have made it through. The campaign says that for too long this work has been underpaid and undervalued and now the UK government is squeezing the NHS from all sides; they say NO to privatisation, deliberate underfunding, low wages and poor conditions. Organisers asked that all attendees respect social distancing as much as possible and with a planned route that gives as much space as possible and that mask wearing will be mandatory with masks available on the day for those that don't have them. Attendees are asked to wear blue, or a blue ribbon in solidarity. Photo credit: Simon Chapman/LNP.
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