Junior doctors urged to abandon industrial action after court ruling on contract

Doctors' leaders have been urged to stop threatening industrial action in the wake of a High Court judge's ruling on an NHS contract dispute.
A campaign group complained that Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt wrongly imposed the contract on NHS employers.
Justice for Health, a group founded by five doctors, said Mr Hunt acted beyond the scope of his powers by compelling NHS employers to adopt the new deal.
But Mr Justice Green has dismissed the claim, after a High Court hearing in London,.
Ministers say the British Medical Association (BMA), which represents doctors, should now remove the threat... read more

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Source: Batley News

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