It seems that British Medical Association should handle the matter within itself and then should carry out industrial action. It has been recently revealed that GMB, which works for BMA, is going to strike over pay rows.
BMA has offered them a pay rise of 1.5%, and will give additional 0.5% to those, who will perform better than their target. However, the GMB has rejected BMA's offer and are going to protest by taking out a full day strike.
It is quite strange to know that the organization, which is carrying an industrial action itself to revolt against government's pension reforms, is not able to think the same for its sister concern organization.
Anna Meyer from the GMB said, "We are very disappointed that there has been no response to our calls for more talks and for an improved offer. GMB members are striking reluctantly".
On the other side, BMA Chief Executive Tony Bourne was of the view that they have always offered salary hike more than the market price and GMB is well aware of this fact. So, it is very disheartening to know that they are not able to understand this fact. It is said to be the first strike being taken out by GMB in the last 180 years.
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