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BMA Rejects Government Concessions


The British Medical Association, the trade union that represents doctors in the UK, has voted today to call for the government's controversial Health and Social Care Bill to be withdrawn. In response to widespread opposition to the Bill, the government had launched a 'listening exercise' and promised to make a number of revisions as a result. But the core proposals - widening competition and privatisation - remained. Today's resolution will give heart to the many groups and individuals who still hope to prevent the government's proposals from becoming law.


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