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Junior doctor contract: BMA agrees to talks

The British Medical Association has said it will re-enter talks with the government over outstanding contract issues for junior doctors in England.

The union says these include Saturday pay and a fair contract that does not discriminate against women and others.

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said on Thursday he wanted written agreement the talks would be held in good faith.

Hugh Pym reports.

  • 08 May 2016
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