Junior Doctors in England Begin Striking Over New ContractBy
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Government urges doctors' union to work on resolving dispute
Junior doctors at state-run National Health Service hospitals in England began a strike Tuesday over government plans to impose a new contract changing the way they’re paid and reducing compensation for evening and weekend work.
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