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Junior doctors' strike 'could irreparably damage profession'

Junior doctors are being warned they could cause irreparable damage to their profession, if they go ahead with an all-out strike in England later this month.

The Medical Director of NHS England says if their planned strike action extends to emergency care, it will put significant strain on services.

Writing in the Observer newspaper, Sir Bruce Keogh says all parties are responsible for solving the underlying issues over contracts.

The British Medical Association said future action was avoidable if the Government returned to talks.

Health editor Hugh Pym reports.

  • 10 Apr 2016
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