Thousands of student nurses and midwives marched to Downing Street on Saturday to protest against the government's decision to replace bursaries for student nurses, midwives and Allied Health Professionals with loans from 2017.
The government said this will create up to 10,000 more training places, as well as bringing "nursing students into line with the arrangements for students undertaking other university degrees".
But many believe the changes will mean that student nurses will effectively pay to work during training, and then graduate with around £50,000 worth of debt.
We asked student nurses and midwives, as well as junior doctors on the protest, what they would like to say to the government about their decision to cancel the bursary.
1. "Disadvantaged people have aspirations too!"
2. "Bursaries not bombs!"
3. "I help people to survive, I deserve a living wage".
4. "Some cuts never heal!"
5. "The public's health is in our hands. Help us help you!!!"
6. "Match the talk with actions. You need nurses. Make it worth it for us to work for the public."
7. "New nurses come from all ages and backgrounds. They NEED their bursaries!"
8. "We wouldn't be here without our bursaries."
9. "I am a junior doctor. We are nothing without our nurses and Allied Health Professionals. If you truly want to save the UK properly, stop destroying the NHS and listen to us at the coal face".
10. "Bursary and a part time job... what more can you ask?"
11. "We're upset! You're limiting nurses when we need them the most."
12. "Save our bursary!"
Laura Silver is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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