Junior doctors go to war with HSE over pay

The dispute between junior doctors and the Health Service Executive (HSE) escalated last week, when six junior doctors and their medical union applied for an injunction preventing the HSE from docking their pay and allowances.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
21st March, 2009

The dispute between junior doctors and the Health Service Executive (HSE) escalated last week, when six junior doctors and their medical union applied for an injunction preventing the HSE from docking their pay and allowances.

It was agreed in the High Court last Friday that the HSE would not implement any of the cost-saving measures for another seven days. The case is in for mention on Friday, with a view to fixing an early trial...

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