Junior doctors have complained of "utter chaos" from the NHS frontline amid claims from the Red Cross that the health service is facing a humanitarian crisis.
Dr Salwa Malik said at the NHS trusts where she had worked over the winter period it had "become normal" to have patients queuing up and down corridors.
Dr Zeshan Querishi said ambulances at the hospital where he was working were taking up to two hours to unload their patients into departments.
"I can't help but think we're not giving the care that we want to," he said.
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