Junior doctors in England to strike again after pay talks break down

BMA votes for further five days of action after meeting with health secretary fails to resolve grievances

Junior doctors are to stage fresh strike action in England for a 10th time after talks between their union and the government broke down again.

Ministers, health officials and representatives from the British Medical Association (BMA) had been locked in negotiations for weeks since last month’s record six-day stoppage, trying to find a resolution to the pay dispute.

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