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‘Kick in the teeth’ pay rise for doctors

The BMA is up in arms after the Government’s recommendation to the pay review body sneaked out late on the day after the Budget. Doctors will get only a 1% pay rise for their NHS work if this is accepted. Association council chairman Dr Chaand Nagpaul, a GP, said: ‘This is a total dereliction of […]...

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