England’s junior doctors to stage three-day strike from March 13
Junior doctors in England will take strike action for three days from March 13 in a dispute over pay, the British Medical Association (BMA) said on Friday.
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“We are demoralized, angry and no longer willing to work for wages that have seen a real terms decline of over 26 percent in the past 15 years,” the BMA said in a statement.
“This, together with the stress and exhaustion of working in an NHS in crisis, has brought us to this moment, brought us to a 72-hour walk out.”
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