by Lamiat Sabinand Will Stone
JUNIOR doctors hit out yesterday at the “unfair and unfeasible” new contracts that will force them to work more for less.
Demelza Beishon-Murley, a fifth-year medical student, and her friends joined the protest...
Wednesday 30th Sep 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
A new contract being imposed on junior doctors makes a mockery of their dedication and hard work, explains Dr Tomasz Pierscionek
posted by Morning Star in Features
JUNIOR doctors in England will be balloted for industrial action over pay cuts and unpaid overtime, it was announced yesterday by the British Medical Association (BMA).
The landmark decision to ballot for action follows government plans to impose new “unsafe and unfair”...
Monday 28th Sep 2015
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
THE British Medical Association warned the government yesterday that if it went ahead with forcing new contracts on junior doctors they would walk — all the way out of Britain.
The contract will reclassify junior doctors’ normal working week, known as “plain...
Wednesday 23rd Sep 2015