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Nurses may consider industrial action over the offer of a 3% NHS pay rise in England and Wales, a union says.

The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) told the BBC it would be consulting members but staff were “angry” and deserved a bigger increase.

Health Secretary Sajid Javid said the pay rise was a recognition of the “extraordinary efforts” of NHS workers.

Meanwhile, school leaders have said the pay freeze for most teachers in England is a “slap in the face”.

In November the government announced a public sector pay freeze for 2021-22, with

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