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Celebrities have tweeted their support for junior doctors who are rallying against proposed contract changes.
Thousands of trainee doctors are expected to march against changes tio pay and working conditions, which the BMA argues puts patient safety at risk.
Labour's shadow health secretary Heidi Alexander is expected to call on Jeremy Hunt to "stop the high-handed demands" on junior doctors at a rally against proposed contract changes.
She will say:
Dr Johann Malawana,chairman of the British Medical Council's junior doctors' committee, has denied the Health Secretary's accusation it has misled doctors over proposed contract changes.
Ahead of a protest rally, he said it would be "a wake-up call for ministers" that pay and working hours reforms are "unacceptable".
Ahead of a march in protest against proposed changes to junior doctor pay and working conditions, an obstetrics and gynaecology registrar has taken to Twitter to explain why "it is too important not to make a noise about".
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Protesters chanted "Hunt must go" and "Not safe, not fair, Jeremy Hunt doesn't care" as they made their marched to Parliament Square.
Junior doctors have taken to the streets to protest against proposed changes to their contracts.