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Why Ireland’s junior doctors are ready to strike

Many hospitals around the country could soon be functioning without hundreds of junior doctors. Earlier this month, they voted in favour of strike action, in a ballot called by the Irish Medical Organisation. They’re fighting for better working conditions, improved pay and an end to unsafe and illegal hours. Sorcha Pollak speaks to Dr Jamie McGettigan from Limerick Hospital Group and Health Editor Paul Cullen to find out more. 


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