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Doctors to have pay cut

17th January 2013

Negotiations are taking place between the British Medical Association (BMA) and Bolton NHS Foundation Trust after the Royal Bolton Hospital asked consultants to sacrifice part of their salaries to help reduce its deficit.

The trust wrote to consultants asking them to forgo 0.5 SPAs (supporting professional activities) on a voluntary basis from January 1. At this stage, the local BMA negotiators have suggested that its members do not to agree to the request until they have discussed the issue with management.


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Article Information

Title: Doctors to have pay cut
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 23538
Date Added: 17th Jan 2013



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