Nurses Tamara Donaldson and Natasha Pennerman tell us of the joys and challenges of the nursing profession, and share some of their shocking personal experiences. With International Nurses Day on May 12, we get details about the first ever Nurses March on May 13, part of Nurses Month celebrations.
And with legislation for the Majority Rule (January 10) Holiday passing in Parliament this week, we ask, “Should Majority Rule Day become an annual ‘Referendum Day’, as opposed to just another national holiday?” Would more regular input from the citizenry on issues of national importance encourage a deepening of democracy, or would it drive deeper wedges between our people? Guardian Radio’s Stephen Hanna joins us for the discussion.
Plus we have our ‘Song of the Week’: “Changes” by Churchill.
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