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NHS agency nurses spending increases by 150% in two years

New figures suggest that spending on agency nurses in England has soared by 150% in the last two years.

The Royal College of Nursing says it does not make financial sense, and means patients get less continuity in their care.

The government says an effort is being made to reduce the costs.

Health correspondent Branwen Jeffreys reports.

  • 05 Feb 2015
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