July 2008
Nursing Standard;7/9/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 44, p5
Academic Journal
The article reports on Royal College of Nursing (RCN) activist B. J. Waltho's birthday anniversary celebration in which Health Secretary Alan Johnson kept his promise that he would bake a cake for Waltho. The latter could not believe that Johnson would keep his word during the RCN congress. Details about Waltho's birthday celebration held at Westminster Abbey are also discussed. Among her visitors are the Prince of Wales, Prime Minister Gordon Brown, politicians and nurses.


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