We're at a surgery in Wimbledon where GPs here are taking industrial action over pensions.
Normally at this time the waiting room would be full and the reception staff would be non-stop on the phone.
So far though it's quiet. There are no pre-booked appointments but the staff have had quite a few calls and have been explaining to patients that today is the BMA day of action and there are only appointments for urgent and emergency cases.
For the GPs here, in between seeing urgent cases, they'll catch up on paperwork and administration, so in many ways work continues as usual here.
Just 8% of doctors working in the NHS in England went on strike, according to the Government. More than 20,000 patients were affected.
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More than half of people surveyed in an exclusive ITV News poll oppose the doctors' strike over pensions that will take place on Thursday.