The leader of Scotland's doctors' union has warned that goodwill in the medical profession is severely strained after a year of being "treated so badly" by ministers.
The leader of Scotland's doctors' union has warned that goodwill in the medical profession is severely strained after a year of being \"treated so badly\" by ministers.
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Dr Brian Keighley, chairman of the British Medical Association (BMA), said the Scottish Government's unwillingness to mitigate the impact of a UK Government decision to take more money from doctors' pay to put towards their pensions has "severely damaged trust amongst the medical profession".
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