More than 80% of doctors have said that pressure at work is 'high', according to new figures published by the British Medical Association (BMA).
The poll found that out of the 1,000 doctors surveyed, GPs reported the highest level of pressure.
Many medics questioned by the BMA who wanted to make improvements felt "hindered to do so", with red tape and lack of capacity listed as the top barriers for making enhancements.
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