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Helen Whately joined Naga Munchetty at the BBC Breakfast to discuss the volume of NHS care requests and procedures related to visits to nursing homes, however, BBC viewers took to Twitter to pop the series when they expressed frustration that the Minister of Nursing “ignored” Munchetty’s questions

Munchetty began, “This increase is a 34 percent increase in applications for nursing courses in England. What does this mean in terms of numbers? Of course, the government’s goal is to increase the number of nurses in the years to come”

“Well, it’s really good news. We saw more than a third to 50 this fall000 people have submitted applications for nursing courses This is real evidence of people’s desire to disconnect from our health and welfare systems “Whately

“We want and have to increase the number of employees, and that includes our determination to have another 50 by the next parliamentTo have 000 nurses in the NHS ”

Munchetty cut him off and said, “To be precise, 50000 are the goal, the 19th000 nurses who are held with incentives “

“In order to reach this number of nurses, we would like to increase the number of new nurses taking up their jobs So these are the UK students who are signing up and training and of course sticking to the great nurses we already have” replied Whately

“Some nurses retire at the end of their careers, but there are some nurses who don’t stay with the NHS and we really want more people to stay”

Munchetty asked, “Do you know what percentage of the applications are likely to be accepted?”

“So what we’re going to do, and we did last year too, is to work with the universities and the NHS organizations that offer the internships for nurses to make sure we have as many places and internships as possible have possible “replied the MP

Munchetty asked Whately off, “Of course, but I just wanted to know what percentage of a group of applications were accepted”

“I can say that we got a little over 29 last year000 nurses have approved nursing qualifications, and I want to continue that in the years to come, ”said the Minister of Nursing

“We had a third lower application last year so it was about 34000 who applied last year ”

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“Can we talk about nursing homes?” Munchetty asked, moving the interview further. “Earlier this month, a group of charities requested that they start working on Jan. March will be reopened for visits Can that happen? “

“I really want to allow more visits to our nursing homes and for now I want to be clear that we encourage nursing homes to allow visits, but they are restricted. You can’t do a normal indoor visit at the moment,” Whately said. “I really want nursing homes open ”

“There is no direct dependency like this I mean, nursing homes were high on the list for the vaccination program. The visit will be done step by step, and when the visit is back to normal we will ask people to keep using PPE, ”explained Whately
The BBC viewers were not impressed with the interview when one tweeted, “Helen Whately is at the BBC breakfast this morning for the government, talk about ignoring the questions”

“Helen Whately ‘Just to be clear’ clear? just no no no no ruined my morning for the next hour please go away! #bbcbreakfast “, vented another

A third wrote, “The timeline for #bbcbreakfast is full of people pointing out the Helen Whately car accident involving Helen Whately or who are racist towards Naga”

“That person at BBC Breakfast didn’t answer a single question Naga asked her,” suggested a fourth

Someone else said, “Oh god, the useless @Helen_Whately is on @BBCNews #BBCBreakfast This surge in nursing applications has nothing to do with the government”

However, other viewers felt that Munchetty did not give Whately the opportunity to respond when one tweeted, “Another rude interview with a politician !! I’m really sick of seeing the constant interruptions please show some respect #BBCBreakfast “

Another added, “Seems that @ TVNaga01’s mission on #BBCBreakfast is to interrupt as much as possible this morning!”

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Source: https://www.express.co.uk/showbiz/tv-radio/1399370/BBC-Breakfast-Helen-Whately-Naga-Munchetty-NHS-care-homes-video