'I can pledge today that a Labour government will scrap the pay cap and give our NHS workers the pay they deserve'
Health service staff have received a one per cent pay rise but inflation is at 2.3 per cent
Royal College of Nursing says ministers must 'move fast' to prevent staffing crisis
'These people save lives, yet this Conservative government is treating them with careless disregard,' says Lib Dem Norman Lamb
Workers operating in a busted system where there are attacks on staff every 90 minutes. Morale could not be lower in the prison service and bosses say the latest initiatives won’t attract recruits
‘I don't think any organisation could sustain such a large loss in one hit and cope with it,’ says nurse
NHS bursary cuts may be the catalyst for a change we have long feared. The NHS may dip below the surface never to rise again
Report finds there are not enough competent doctors to treat patients at night
Migration Advisory Committee also says NHS treated migrant nurses as a 'Get Out Of Jail, Free' card
'Time and again, the NHS finds that failing to train enough staff is its Achilles' heel'
The Health Secretary is under pressure: funding for the Tories’ election promise has yet to be finalised
Research suggests the drive to replaces nurses with less qualified staff should be reviewed
Under the controversial reform, nurses will also have to pay £9,000-a-year student tuition fees for the first time
Mr Osborne scrapped public funding for students, in a move to create 10,000 extra training places
The Treasury is weighing up the cost-cutting proposal to scrap bursaries and replace them with loans
Doctors are trained to treat patients as 'arrangments of molecules' and not real people, some have said