DOCTORS' leaders will begin work this week on drawing up the timetable for holding a ballot on industrial action.
The British Medical Association (BMA) decided more than 100,000 doctors and medical students should vote on whether to take action over Government pension reforms.
However, leaders ruled out strikes.
The BMA's move follows rejection by doctors of the "final" offer on pensions.
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