What’s the difference between a nurse and an ‘extremist’? Depends what you wear on your head

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Britain’s under-resourced healthcare workers are under siege. So it’s no wonder they resort to strike action or protests to demand more funding, despite the risk of blacklisting or other sanctions. Now, in a shocking story, a health worker felt forced to resign from her job after being visited at home by the counter-terrorism police. Why? Simply because she had worn a head scarf at the hospital where she worked. That was enough to see her labelled a potential extremist. But what is even more concerning is that the country’s largest health provider has incorporated a political monitoring culture. And it permeates every level, of every NHS Trust, throughout the country.

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