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BMA facing strike action by own staff

The BMA faces industrial action by up to 200 of its staff for their first time in its history.

Britain's general trade union, the GMB, is balloting members on whether to strike against the continues use of a Performance Related Pay system, which they say the BMA has previously opposed its members.

A BMA spokesperson hit back and said the union was ‘disappointed and concerned' by the threat of action, and added that the GMB had misrepresented the BMA's position.

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