NHS strikes: Consultants and government to hold talks to try to end dispute

A Department of Health and Social Care spokesperson said it would meet the BMA following its commitment to pause strike action, but consultants had already received a “fair and reasonable pay rise” which had been recommended by the independent pay review body, “alongside generous reforms to their pensions – the BMA’s number one ask”.

Source: BBC News

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