It seems that not all members of the British Medical Association (BMA) are ready to take part in a 24-hour industrial strike, which is going to take place on June 21. Many specialists and GPs have admitted that they are convinced the BMA and would not be supporting the union.
They will be working as per their daily schedule. Some of the doctors, who have confirmed that they will be working on the day of strike, are the ones who have earlier agreed to support the BMA. The doctors were of the view that they repent their earlier decision and will not be taking part in the industrial action.
The industrial action is the first ever in 40 years being taken out the BMA to revolt the government plans in regard to pension policies. Dr. Vincent Argent, 64, an A&E specialist at Western Sussex Hospital in Worthing, was of the view, "The majority of my colleagues are very apprehensive. They are very worried they will lose public confidence. I think people will carry on working, including those who voted yes".
Dr. James Kingsland, who is a GP in the Wirral, Merseyside, said that taking out industrial action is absolutely not a right way to deal the situation.
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