NMS state’s latest action against NHS workers to be debated in Parliament
A government committee has been told that it will not be debating the government’s latest actions against staff who assist the NHS without the right to be heard.
The move comes after an outcry by members of the public, who claim staff are being discriminated against when they refuse to assist with an ambulance call.
NMS, the Department for Health and the NHS have all defended the action, which they say are aimed at protecting the NHS.
The action was introduced in December and has been challenged in the High Court by a number of members of staff.
One of the challenges, from the RNLI, was that staff could not be given the right of appeal against a decision to cease their work.
The RNLI says that staff have a right to challenge the decision.
NME is currently working on a story about the case.