Published by Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP on 3 December 2014
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Reform Director Andrew Haldenby spoke to BBC Health Editor Hugh Pym about the future of the NHS, following the BMA’s announcement that a strike will be taking place over three days in December, the largest of its kind in the history of the NHS. In a recent article in the Telegraph, he argued that the BMA’s announcement of a doctor’s strike in December, held over three days, is unnecessary and consistent with its repeated opposition to change in the NHS. Read the full article here.
The interview appeared on BBC News at 6pm and 10pm; and on BBC Radio 4 on Friday, 20 November 2015.
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