Ambulance strikes: Katie Strick visits the picket line at Waterloo

Thousands of ambulance workers are staging more strikes as the Chancellor was urged to find the money to pay health workers “fairly” in order to end the walkouts.Up to 15,000 Unison ambulance workers are striking for the third time in five weeks, and will be joined by 5,000 of their NHS colleagues at two hospital trusts in Liverpool.Unions have accused the Government of not wanting to find a resolution to what has become an escalating and bitter dispute over pay.At the London Waterloo picket, paramedics said they want to "just talk" to the Health Secretary.