Doctors strike over pensions

Doctors are taking industrial action over controversial pension reforms. It's the first time they have gone on strike in almost 40 years. The Government has said one in 10 patients has had an operation, outpatient appointment or treatment rescheduled

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Industrial action 'isn't ideal but necessary'

Dr. Paul Cundy says the industrial action isn't ideal but necessary.

He says he's not surprised at the low participation in industrial action amongst GPs and says it shows just how difficult the decision is for a doctor.

Everyone in the NHS is being effected by the pension changes and this action is a reluctant reaction to that.

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