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'Deeply unfair': Ministers urged to expand visa extensions to care workers and low-paid NHS staff

Independent Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
Campaigners brand it 'unacceptable' that while frontline NHS workers have been exempt from paying visa fees, lower paid health staff working to tackle virus are still required to do so – forcing some into debt and hunger
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