First industrial action has taken place, and it is expected that the British Medical Association is going to have a series of discussions with the government with regards to pension reforms. There are chances that negotiations will take place and yet again the BMA and the government will be face to face to discuss the extremes of negotiations.
There is no doubt about the fact that it will be a sight to watch, as the government will try to convince the BMA to stick with the given proposal and on the other side, the BMA will leave no stone unturned to get make sure that the government falls to their tunes.
Dr. Hamish Meldrum, who is chairman of the BMA, was of the view that in their next round of meeting with the government, they are going to put across one thought that proposed pension reforms are not at all suitable.
Meldrum had no apprehensions in saying that they were forced to take up the step of industrial action, as the government left no option for them. However, Health Secretary Andrew Lansley said that the recently held industrial action had hurt the sentiments of the public. "I call on the BMA to commit to further co-operation to enable patients to have their rescheduled operations and appointments as soon as possible", affirmed Meldrum.
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