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what makes the difference here? the staff, i think. herfellow residents range in age from their 30s to 106. but the care home is not full. despite the desperate need for adult social care, it has empty beds because of a lack of staff. we're always looking to fill shifts, move people around, but it's really difficult. i know coming up, there are days where we know that we're probably not going to get full cover. this care home was one of six this company runs. ponsandane is short of six full time health care workers, a full time nurse, housekeepers and overnight staff. and despite loving herjob, health care worker sophie can understand why potential employees might be put off. it's so diverse. a lot personal care - as well as we are there for the residents emotionally, - physically, anything they need help with throughout their shift. so it can be quite - hard work, demanding, but it's really rewarding. but we've lost a lot -

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be lost on the people of this country either. he be lost on the people of this country either.— be lost on the people of this count either. , ., country either. he said it is unfair for the unions _ country either. he said it is unfair for the unions to _ country either. he said it is unfair for the unions to damage - country either. he said it is unfair for the unions to damage and - country either. he said it is unfair . for the unions to damage and disrupt people's lives at christmas. he was questioning the timing of public sector strike action and that the unions, people like yourself, should reflect and rethink as i mentioned because that is what putin wants. what do you think of his intervention today? i what do you think of his intervention today? i think it is shameful actually. _ intervention today? i think it is shameful actually. and - intervention today? i think it is i shameful actually. and ludicrous intervention today? i think it is - shameful actually. and ludicrous and the other suggestions we have heard over this past number of days instead of getting into a room and negotiating with myself on behalf of those nursing staff, being forced to stand on picket lines outside of hospitals when they want to be inside looking after their patience. that is very clear given it is 106 years since they have taken action like this. it would be best placed spending his time at a table with me

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the past number of days, instead of getting into a room and negotiating with myself on behalf of those nursing staff that are being forced to stand on picket lines outside the hospitals when they want to be inside looking after their patients, that's very clear, given it's 106 years since they've taken action like this. so he'd be best placed spending his time on a table with me, talking seriously on behalf of those nurses instead of game playing, as we've seen this morning. because on your 19% pay rise, he says that would cost the nhs £10 billion and that's the wrong thing again, it's the wrong time, he says. this is the wrong thing to do right now. he says that you can't have that sort of pay rise. what's your reaction to that? well, it's the same rhetoric, isn't it? day after day. it's about what it costs. those are figures that we don't recognise. but i'll tell you what we do recognise that there's been

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i mean, what do you think of his intervention today? i think it is it's shameful, actually, and ludicrous for him to come up with such suggestions and and the other suggestions that we've heard over the past number of days, instead of getting into a room and negotiating with myself on behalf of those nursing staff that are being forced to stand on picket lines outside the hospitals when they want to be inside looking after their patients, that's very clear, given its 106 years since they've taken action like this. so he'd be best placed spending his time on a table with me, talking seriously on behalf of those nurses instead of game playing, as we've seen this morning. because on your 19% pay rise, he says that would cost the nhs £10 billion and that's the wrong thing again, it's the wrong time, he says. this is the wrong thing to do right now. he says that you can't have that sort of pay rise. what's your reaction to that?

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from their 30s to 106. but the care home is not full. despite the desperate need for adult social care, it has empty beds because of a lack of staff. we're always looking to fill shifts, move people around, but it's really difficult. i know coming up, there are days where we know that we're probably not going to get full cover. this care home was one of six this company runs. ponsandane is short of six full time health care workers, a full time nurse, housekeepers and overnight staff. and despite loving herjob, health care worker sophie can understand why potential employees might be put off. it's so diverse. a lot personal care - as well as we are there for the residents emotionally, - physically, anything they need help with throughout their shift. so it can be quite - hard work, demanding, but it's really rewarding. but we've lost a lot - of great carers, because they've just found better job opportunities with i more pay unfortunately. but the sector doesn't want to rely on the altruism of staff

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the staff. herfellow residents range in age from their 30s to 106, but the care home is not full. despite the desperate need for adult social care, it has empty beds because of a lack of staff. we're always looking to fill shifts, move people around, but it's really difficult. i know coming up there are days where we know that we're probably not going to get full cover. this care home was one of six this company runs. pond sardine is short of six full time health care workers, a full time nurse, housekeepers and overnight staff. and despite loving herjob, health care worker sophie can understand why potential employees might be put off. it's so diverse, a lot personal care as well as we are there for the residents emotionally, physically, anything they need help with throughout their shift. so it can be quite hard, hard work demanding, but it's really rewarding. but we've lost a lot of great carers because they've just found better orjob opportunities with more pay unfortunately.

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Jesse Watters Primetime

economic justice doesn't have a statue of limitations and that we have to do right. because reparations is a global reality. people have always received reparations for being wronged. you know, my jewish brothers and sisters got billions of dollars from germany. and there were no stipulations on how they were supposed to spend that moment. that's when we get into paternalism again. i agree with you, brother jesse. there are things that maybe gavin newsom is putting out there and i understand but the thing is if there is no political will, which there hasn't been, because there has never been reparations for black folk in this country there has been reparations for slave owners though. to contextualize and prepare for the emancipation proclamation abraham lincoln in 1826 strict of colombia emancipation act. in there slave owners got $300 for freed slafers and homestead act where white males were given 106 acres of free land to move

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Cape Cod Stuff-A-Bus Interviews (LISTEN)

As hundreds of Cape Codders come out and donate toys to local kids in need, a few stopped by to speak with Kevin about their donations and how they're supporting our community.

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Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 Trailer...Grab Your Tissues! 😭 | 106 WCOD

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