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U.K. Junior Doctors Lose Legal Battle With Government

Britain’s junior doctors have lost their legal fight to prevent the government imposing a new contract on them against their will. Justice for Health, a campaign group, had argued that the decision taken earlier this year to begin a rollout of the new deal despite strong objections from the membership of the British Medical Association (BMA) was outside the government’s power.
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