NHS strike called off

Reported by the BBC today:
Unison’s national leadership has suspended the planned strike for its NHS members in England which was scheduled for 29 January.
It follows several meetings with Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to resolve disputes over pay.
The union said it will consult its members over a proposal put forward by the Department of Health.
The Royal College of Midwives, Unite and GMB have also confirmed they will suspend strike action planned for this coming Thursday.
Several NHS walkouts were staged across the country last year after the government’s decision not to implement a recommended 1% pay rise.
Unison says it has not ruled out further strike action.

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