Despite claims by a health spokesman that BMA leaders would no more be involved in any discussion with the government regarding pension changes, re-emergence of the same talks was witnessed Thursday when they met the government, a recent report has uncovered.
It has been found that the government has proposed plans to bring reform in NHS pension. However, the same is being argued over by doctors on the grounds that it requires more contribution from them.
They are also refusing to the demands of more amount of work by them, the report says. While a previous industrial action taken by them in the same regards on June 21 had threatened a wide number of people.
The reason was that the action had called for cancellation of all non-urgent care services for a period of 24 hours. Thus, almost everyone is further worrying what consequences would be seen in case another similar action is taken by the group leaders.
However, a spokesman says, "Having done that, it is clear that only escalated action has any possibility of causing the Government to rethink its whole programme of changes". He adds that this time the changes would be expected through negotiation and not by action.
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