The Government Is Being Urged To Pay Student Nurses Adequately For Their Work
The matter was raised in the Dáil earlier with politicians outlining the plight of some student nurses who work part time through their placements in order to help fund their education
The Dail debate heard that many nurses are leaving the country once they graduate, because they have been treated so poorly during their studies
After the debate a TD called on Twitter to fact-check tweets from Minister Simon Harris.
During that debate Aontú leader Peadar Toibin said the government has broken a promise on pay to them:
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