Public sector pay rise: Is it enough?
Dr Vivek Trivedi, the co-chair of the British Medical Association’s junior doctors committee, Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, which represents health service employers and Anita Smith, a teacher at a secondary school in North Leeds.
Sunak offers pay rise to millions of public sector workers
Within minutes of the government confirming that they’d accepted the recommendations of the pay review bodies, the teaching unions in England had called off their strikes.
Matt Hancock ‘profoundly sorry’ for Covid mistakes as Health Secretary
The former health secretary Matt Hancock has said he is ‘profoundly sorry’ for mistakes that meant the United Kingdom was not properly prepared for Covid-19.
‘Consultants are incredibly angry over pay and working conditions’: BMA Consultants Committee chair on decision to strike
We speak to Dr Vishal Sharma, a consultant cardiologist and chairs the British Medical Association’s Consultants Committee.
Senior doctors in England vote for two-day strike – but nurses strikes set to end
Senior doctors in England have overwhelmingly voted to strike for two days next month.