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Fri 28 Mar 2014 09:03

Why are some nurses being underpaid? One nurse voices her fury at being left unable to even pay her bills.

Why are some nurses being underpaid? One nurse voices her fury at being left unable to even pay her bills.

More misery for our front line Health workers this morning. A new payroll system being introduced in our Health trusts has led to some workers, like nurses, being underpaid. Some as much as five hundred pounds. One nurse has told the Nolan show she's not been paid properly in months. That's meant she's had to borrow money to make ends meet.

David Bingham chief of the 'Business Service Organisation' responds to complaints of underpayment of health staff.

Kevin McAdam from UNITE claims concerns were raised about health pay system 5 months ago

 

Gay marriage becomes a reality in England and Wales. Is Northern Ireland being left behind or taking a stand?

From tomorrow, Saturday 29th March, marriage for same-sex couples will be allowed for the first time in England and Wales. It's after MPs voted it into law last year.

Scotland's same-sex marriage bill was passed last month,the first Scottish gay marriages will happen in the autumn.

But in Northern Ireland it is still illegal for same sex couples to marry.  Peter Lynas from the Evangelical Alliance and Benjamin Cohen from Pink News discuss

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