Quince: Strikes ‘hugely unhelpful’ to under pressure NHS

Health minister Will Quince says he hopes that the decision for further planned strike action by some nurses "will be reversed". The MP says: "The NHS is already under considerable pressure… industrial action adding that additional disruption is hugely unhelpful." His comments come as some NHS nurses and ambulance staff are set to take part in further strikes in January, in a continued dispute with the government over pay and patient safety.