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Nurses have been out on the streets of Cambridge today to raise awareness of their campaign for better pay in the NHS.
Members of the Royal College of Nursing want to see the 1% pay cap imposed by the Government scrapped.
They say low pay means more nurses are turning to food-banks and hardship grants for help, while others are simply leaving, causing staff shortages.
Nurses and healthcare assistants have been gathering signatures outside the Guildhall in Cambridge as part of the Royal College of Nursing's 'Summer of protest' taking place on NHS pay day - the 27th of each month.
Restraints on pay have been in place since 2010 and now nurses say they've had enough and many are leaving because of it.
The Royal College of Nursing is now considering balloting its members on the possibility of strike action.