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Big question: Is it ever right for doctors to go on all-out strikes?

A panel of contributors share their opinions

By Prospect Team  

Junior Doctors picket and hold signs during a demonstration outside Royal London Hospital on February 10, 2016, in London. The strike claim's the doctors would be over-worked which would lead to patients being endangered. ©STEVE PARKINS/NEWZULU/PA Images

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