The British Medical Association (BMA) is seeking to take strict action against the government. It seems that the last strike was not as effective as it should have been and doctors, who have been favoring further strikes, will not turn up for work in those days.
Plan of action is yet to be decided, but in a meeting, which took place in Bournemouth on Thursday, the BMA has said that they will be taking eight strict actions against the government in regard to strike.
Unions as well as the doctors have been thinking to pass on the no confidence motion and doctors at Westminster have already passed no confidence motion, for which Health Secretary Andrew Lansley has asked doctors to resign the place.
Alan Robertson, who is chairing the UK BMA pensions committee, was of the view, “The UK government decided to renege on this carefully negotiated deal in order to get NHS staff to help solve the current economic problems”. However, some of the doctors think that changes are not up to the mark and are not linked with the funding scheme. Alan said that it would be better that the government should make sure that all get their fair share.
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