The country’s biggest union is calling on the government to give more money to the NHS, amid fresh protests across the UK against plans to cut services.
Unison says the chancellor should use next week’s pre-Budget report to help NHS trusts tackle financial deficits.
Royal College of Nursing (RCN) head Beverley Malone said she hoped changes to the service would be made for clinical, not just financial, reasons.
Protests are taking place against cuts in various UK locations.
Union calls for more funds to NHS