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The reasons are simple more money less hours and i wonder if they still have to pay of there student loans. The point is should it not be that  nurses trained here should at least be contracted  to work 4 or 5 years in the NHS.  So  could also be that the lack of staff within the NHS is the direct result of a flawed system that allows student nurses to qualify at taxpayers expense and then turn ...

5 Dec 2019

The reason i posted the above is because a relative who lives in Australia and has recently just returned home told me that 8 out of 10 nurses in her local city hospital are English and most newly qualified. She also told me that recrutement staff visit universaties in the UK to recruit newly qualified nurses so maybe just maybe this is part of the problem.

5 Dec 2019

Tax payers money trains them and of they go and never look back maybe they should be contracted for say 4 years to work in the UK.

5 Dec 2019

https://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/70-of-new-nurses-may-emigrate-470187.html

5 Dec 2019

https://www.bmj.com/content/361/bmj.k2014/rr-3

https://www.aol.co.uk/news/2019/12/04/corbyn-a-ia-d-give-pma-s-country-residence-to-homeless-famil/

29 Nov 2019

No point Lynne from previous experience they will tell you what you want to hear then do the opposite.

The point is Lynne it could be he may believe women should be compensated but many more MP's of all colours may think the same, but finding the money and doing something about it is another matter.

27 Nov 2019

27 Nov 2019

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