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Junior doctors planning 'range of actions' after calling off strikes


The battle is now lost and the JDs need to knuckle under and prepare for a winter of attrition. This was the moment in time when they could have stood up for all doctors but as has already been stated, Hunt has outmanoeuvred the BMA at each twist and turn and exposed them as incompetent and disorganised. What future the BMA? What future the health service? Ultimately, and sadly, this will prove to be a pyrrhic victory, as the more talented JDs (and others) head for jobs where they will be appreciated and valued - this will not be in England.

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26 Sep 2016

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