Ambulance members of Unison, the largest NHS union, are striking as NHS leaders have warned that the next two months will see severe disruption in the service.
Monday’s action comes after Unite last week revealed plans for 10 more strikes affecting the ambulance service over the next two months. Paramedics, call handlers and other ambulance workers who belong to the GMB are already due to strike on many of the same days.
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