I'm in Peterborough to see the frontline impact of today's doctors "strike".
Of course, it was never intended to be anything other than the most polite and collaborative of industrial action.
No pickets, no placards and very few outward signs that anything is untoward. Here the figures reflect what the Department of Health say is the national norm, around 10% of routine appointments have been rescheduled.
All this leaves one burning question. Will today's lack of impact on most patients strengthen the BMA's hand by endearing them to the public, or weaken their hand by displaying a lack of results?
Just 8% of doctors working in the NHS in England went on strike, according to the Government. More than 20,000 patients were affected.
Doctors are taking industrial action for the first time in almost 40 years but what are the arguments for and against pension reforms?
More than half of people surveyed in an exclusive ITV News poll oppose the doctors' strike over pensions that will take place on Thursday.