Junior doctors 'not too proud' to drop strike
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Doctors 'not too proud' to drop strike

The British Medical Association has called off the junior doctors strike next week, saying they are responding to feedback from hospitals and trusts who need "more time to make contingency plans".

Dr Nadia Masood, an anaesthetic registrar who supported the strike, tells Radio 4's PM that the doctors are "not too proud" to listen to the risk warnings and react accordingly, so as not to put patients at risk.

  • 05 Sep 2016