A last ditch attempt to halt next week's junior doctors' strike has failed today after Jeremy Hunt dismissed calls from MPs to agree to "a limited trial" ahead of "blanket introduction" of new contracts.
But as the NHS looks set to continue with the first all-out strike in its history, doctors made assurances that patients will be safe.
ITV News Correspondent Caron Bell reports:
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