Health workers who belong to a number of unions are due to stage another four-hour strike at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

The strike is due to take place on Monday from 7am to 11am while radiographers will take action between 8am and noon.

Members of Unison, Unite, the Royal College of Midwives, radiographers, ambulance staff, occupational therapists and Managers in Partnership, will also be working to rule by doing their contracted hours only and taking breaks.

The action is part of an on-going dispute with the government over pay.

Picket lines are expected at the main hospital entrance in Gayton Road in King’s Lynn.

Darren Barber, chairman of the joint staff-side consultative committee and the hospital’s Unison branch secretary, said the committee has been working with the hospital’s trust to “ensure a safe service for all patients” and that staffing would be maintained at “safe levels”.