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The British Medical Association (BMA) has criticised the government for not listening to, or advancing, proposals it has suggested to address the “perfect pensions storm” facing the National Health Service (NHS).

Commenting on the latest in a series of letters addressed to Chancellor Philip Hammond stated, BMA chair, consultant committee, Dr Rob Harwood said: “Having written to the Chancellor several times on this matter, we are disappointed the government has neither listened to us or advanced any proposals of its own to address the urgent issues we highlight, or even to acknowledge the solutions we recommend"




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