NURSING CRISIS IS LEAVING NHS HOSPITALS UNSAFE AS SOME OF THE COUNTRY'S BIGGEST TRUSTS DO NOT HAVE STAFF THEY NEED

Almost all the 50 largest trusts are missing their own safe staffing targets according to the Royal College of Nursing

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