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It was a massive achievement for nurses everywhere to push the Secretary of State to 'scrap the cap'.
We’d waited all summer for Jeremy Hunt to say the words “The cap has been scrapped”. All those postcards, all of the campaigning had worked it was a huge sense of achievement. It would not have gone without OUR campaign. But, looking at your pay slip you may be confused. Nothing’s changed.