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Doctor's Strike

The BMA called on us all to take industrial action. About a third of GP surgeries supported the day’s inaction. Some Hospital Consultants also agreed to attend work but do no routine activities. Why?
The facts:
·       In 2008,the BMA had talks with the government and reached an agreement over doctor’spensions. Neither side was particularly happy with the pension plans but it went ahead anyway. It raised the pensionable age for doctors and reduced pension payments too.

iPhone 5

It seems that if you're buying an iPhone 4S, maybe you should consider waiting for this summer or possibly the autumn before changing phones. The new iPhone 5 is due out, with a bigger screen and a slighly increased length and width. It is a diffent aesthetically portrayed iPhone.
For my part, I'm going to wait. You?