Doctors to launch public campaign against proposed NHS reforms

The government faces a summer of discontent over its reforms

BMA votes to reject idea that changes to health and social care bill will reduce the risk of privatisation of the health service Randeep Ramesh, social affairs editor, Guardian Wednesday 20 July 2011 The government faces a summer of discontent … Continue reading

Doctors reject revised NHS plans

We have a duty to past, present and future generations
By Nick Triggle Health correspondent, BBC News, in Cardiff Doctors have rejected the government’s revised NHS plans, urging their union [...]

Open letter to the medical profession: Now is the time to get tough on NHS reform

We are writing as a group of concerned doctors and we are also members of UK BMA Council. Next week [...]

GPs not fooled by David Cameron’s pledges – doctors vote overwhelmingly to prevent destruction of NHS

9 June 2011 GPs have voted overwhelmingly to continue to oppose the Health and Social Care bill. The GPs, including [...]

Regional members pile pressure on BMA with vote to oppose health bill

18 Feb 11 By Ian Quinn Pulse Magazine Exclusive: The momentum in favour of a vote of outright opposition against [...]

The BMA Council has called a Special Representative Meeting to debate the government’s NHS reforms

The BMA has also published a second reading briefing, which demands amendments to the Health Bill. The council’s chief concerns [...]

The BMA Council has called a Special Representative Meeting to debate the government's NHS reforms

The BMA has also published a second reading briefing, which demands amendments to the Health Bill. The council’s chief concerns [...]

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