Rishi Sunak arrives at The Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards and meets incredible nominees for best nurse & midwife

Rishi Sunak arrives at The Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards and meets incredible nominees for best nurse & midwife

RISHI Sunak arrived at The Sun’s annual Who Cares Wins Awards this night, the place he met NHS heroes nominated for a high prize.
The PM will give a speech at the glamorous occasion earlier than presenting a serious award.
4Rishi Sunak is all smiles as he attends The Sun’s glitzy eventCredit: Rex
4The Prime Minister can be presenting an award later this eveningCredit: Rex
4Sir Keir Starmer and his spouse Victoria on the pink carpetCredit: Louis Wood
The Who Cares Wins Awards will this week have fun heroes from throughout the well being sector.
Our glittering ceremony – introduced by Davina McCall and sponsored by The National Lottery – will see celebrities together with Anthony Joshua, Jamie Oliver, Harry Redknapp, Mel B, Olivia Attwood, Susanna Reid, Ellie Simmonds and Katie Piper mingling with all our fortunate nominees.
And you’ll be capable of watch the occasion too, on Channel 4 and All 4 at 6.30pm this coming Sunday.
Mr Sunak took to the pink carpet carrying a pointy, darkish swimsuit and blue tie.

There he met two well being heroes – midwife Laura Mackie and nurse Doreen Robinson.
Ms Mackie arrange Basingstoke Hospital’s Butterfly Suite, a particular unit designed for mother and father whose infants are stillborn or die shortly after beginning.
The mum-of-four from Thatcham, Berks, certified as a midwife in 2003 and grew to become a bereavement midwife six years in the past.
She stated: “Receiving information that your child has died after carrying it for many months is devastating. 

“As a bereavement midwife you may’t change what occurred however you may have an effect and make a distinction to the care the household receives after they are available to ship the child, and within the weeks and months afterwards.”
Ms Robinson was simply 14 when she began volunteering at her native hospital.
Now 71, she continues to be working and will get up at 4.45am for the lengthy drive to her job as a Sister at Solihull Hospital within the West Midlands. 
And regardless of her two hip operations, one knee operation and seeing the NHS change dramatically over her 54 years of service, Doreen exhibits no indicators of slowing down – and nonetheless works a 30-hour week. 
The mum-of-two from Tamworth, Staffs, has seen many modifications throughout her profession – and as soon as met Princess Diana when the late Royal visited Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham in 2013, the place Doreen was working at the time. 
She stated: “Although the NHS is a unique world now, the respect I’ve for my sufferers and employees by no means modifications. 
“I’ve all the time believed that the color of the uniform doesn’t matter, so long as we work as a staff.”
Who Cares Wins 2022
THE Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards will have fun our devoted healthcare staff in a glitzy ceremony hosted by the one and solely Davina McCall.
It can be screened on Channel 4 and All 4 on November 27 at 6.30pm and these are the classes your well being heroes may very well be in with an opportunity of successful:
Best Doctor – an NHS physician – GP, hospital physician or marketing consultant
Best Midwife – an NHS midwife who has offered nice care for a girl or her child
Best Team – any NHS or healthcare staff on the frontline and behind the scenes that has gone above and past the decision of obligation
Best Nurse – an NHS nurse in any field
Best Health Charity – For a charity that has helped change lives
Unsung Hero – For somebody who deserves to be recognised and celebrated for their work serving to others
Young Hero – For children which have gone above and past. Open to anybody below the age of 18
Mental Health Hero – For significant contribution to psychological well being
999 Hero – For groups and people which have stepped up in a disaster
Visit The Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards web page for all the newest awards information, interviews and pink carpet pictures. 

The PM was joined at the Who Cares Wins Awards by Labour chief Sir Keir Starmer, Health Secretary Stephen Barclay and Culture Secretary Michelle Donelan.
Sun physician Zoe Williams was one of many award judges, alongside Claudia Winkleman, Christine Lampard, Tyrone Mings, Adam Kay, Penny Lancaster, Sun editor Victoria Newton and Ellie Orton, CEO of NHS Charities Together.
Dr Zoe stated: “It’s been an absolute pleasure to be a decide this 12 months nevertheless it undoubtedly hasn’t been straightforward.
“Of the 1000’s of entries that got here in, each single one was an incredible story of individuals going above and past to assist others.
“While some have been crammed with hope, others have been robust to learn and heartbreaking — I’m not the one decide who choked up on a couple of event.
“From the selfless younger carer who saved her mum’s life, to the fearless midwife dodging bombs in Ukraine to take care of expectant moms, this 12 months’s nominees are all winners and heroes.”
Dr Zoe added: “These awards are about far more than only one night time.

“They’re an opportunity to make the actual heroes of this nation really feel particular and I can’t wait to satisfy all of them in particular person.”
The Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards can be broadcast on Channel 4 and All 4 on Sunday, November 27 at 6.30pm.
4The Sun’s Who Cares Wins Awards is a star-studded occasion


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