Junior doctors to strike for five days in September over new contract

Junior doctors have announced more strike dates.
Junior doctors have announced more strike dates.

JUNIOR doctors are to stage five days of strikes with “full withdrawal of labour” over the controversial new contract for training medics, doctors’ leaders have announced.

The strikes will take place between the hours of 8am and 5pm for five days between Monday September 12 and Friday September 16, the British Medical Association (BMA) said.

This action will be followed by “further dates” which are yet to be confirmed, a BMA spokeswoman said.

Almost 50,000 worth of items have been reported as stolen from three hospitals.

REVEALED: £50,000 worth of items stolen from West Yorkshire hospitals