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Junior doctors in England agree to pay talks after three-day strike

Industrial action this week led to at least 175,000 appointments and procedures being postponed

Junior doctors in England have agreed to formal talks with the government after a three-day strike this week in which more than 175,000 appointments and procedures had to be postponed, according to data published by NHS England.

The postponements had to be made to protect emergency, critical and urgent care for patients as a result of the industrial action on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

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