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'Utterly demoralising' - doctors strike over pay and conditions

  • Hospital doctors of all grades in the NHS are going on strike for the first time, causing concerns about disruption to patient care.
  • The British Medical Association is demanding a 35% pay rise for junior doctors to make up for 15 years of below-inflation wage increases. Consultants, on the other hand, are requesting salary increases that keep up with inflation.
  • The NHS is facing a dire situation with a dwindling number of doctors, rising patient demands, and a cost of at least £1bn due to industrial action. Some doctors are leaving for less stressful roles or international positions.
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