Industry bodies pleased as Conservative manifesto pledges to find 50,000 nurses

While there is no mention of a review of IR35 in the Conservative Party Manifesto, a commitment to recruit 50,000 nurses has gone down well with recruitment and trade bodies.

The manifesto, released yesterday, contains commitments to recruit 50,000 nurses and 6,000 doctors, an NHS visa as part of proposals for an Australian points-based immigration system, and a commitment to look again at...

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