Junior doctors in England sets dates for 96-hour strikes

By - Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - The union representing junior doctors in England announced a four day strike next month, saying the government had failed to make a credible new pay offer.

"We are not going to stop until we are paid what we are worth, and if ministers don’t accept that when we tell them in person, we will have to tell them from the picket line,” a joint statement by British Medical Association chairs of the junior doctor's committee Vivek Trivedi and Robert Laurenson said.

The strike begins on April 11.

(Reporting by Muvija M, writing by William James)