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  • Labour reveals over 200,000 nurses have quit the NHS since 2010 as party commits £330 million for staff training and development to tackle retention crisis

    Jonathan Ashworth MP, Labour’s Shadow Health and Social Care Secretary, will today warn that Government failure to meet NHS constitutional standards on staffing is driving a retention crisis.

    It comes as new research by Labour into the NHS workforce crisis reveals that over 200,000 nurses have left the NHS since 2010/11, alongside a 55% increase in voluntary resignations from the NHS.

  • Jonathan Ashworth and Angela Rayner write to Matt Hancock calling for national investment, levy reform and a new deal on apprentice pay
  • Government has bitterly failed to support disabled people into employment
  • Residents in Labour councils pay lower Council Tax than those in Tory controlled areas
  • Jeremy Corbyn responds to Theresa May’s statement in the House
  • Jeremy Corbyn’s point of order after the passing of an amendment for indicative votes
  • Government is failing communities damaged by drug use
  • John McDonnell responding to ONS analysis that 1.5 million jobs at risk from automation
  • Tory fracking dash equivalent to the lifetime emissions of 300 million cars
  • Labour pledges to end the scandal of outsourcing services involving contact with people ‘at risk’
  • Labour tables amendment to put Parliament in control of the Brexit process
  • Andy McDonald speech at the Institute for Government
  • Inflation up – McDonnell responds
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