BMA Announces 72-Hour Walkout: Junior Doctors Demand Fair Pay Increase in England

Junior Doctors in England to Strike for Three Days in June Amid Pay Talks Breakdown

Junior doctors in England will go on strike for three days in June, as government pay talks have collapsed.
The British Medical Association (BMA) announced the 72-hour walkout after rejecting the government's offer
of a 5% pay rise.
The strike will take place from June 14 to June 17. The BMA warned that further strikes
would occur throughout the summer if the government does not change its position.
The union has been demanding a 35% increase to compensate for years of below-inflation rises.
The strikes are expected to cause significant disruption, and the government and unions remain far 
from reaching an agreement.

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