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The director of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) in Wales has told ITV News that nurses were not being listened to, and that the idea they would have to strike over pay was "absolutely appalling".
It comes after a voluntary poll shows overwhelming support from RCN members to back strike action if the UK Government does not consider dropping its 1% cap on pay.
52,000 members working in the NHS, including some in Wales, took part in a poll which measured the members' appetite for industrial action.
In the ballot, nine out of ten voiced support for action short of a strike, while almost four out of five backed strikes.
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Members of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) have voted overwhelmingly to support a plan to ballot for strikes over pay.