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British Medical Association asks its members to help raise £100,000 strike fund


British Medical Association asks its members to help raise £100,000 strike fund despite making £11million in 2021

  • The British Medical Association is asking members to contribute to a strike fund
  • Chairman Professor Philip Banfield took to Twitter to make plea for money
  • The BMA’s accounts show that it made a profit of £10.9 million in 2021.

The British Medical Association is going cap-in-hand to members asking them to donate towards a £100,000 ‘strike fund’. – despite making a profit of almost £11 million in 2021.

Doctors are livid, saying the BMA should be dipping into its own pocket to help out those prepared to forego pay by striking.

Last Monday it delivered ballot papers to 48,000 junior doctor members, aiming to secure a mandate to hold a…



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