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In November 2016, the JDC agreed to re-open talks between the co-chairs and NHS Employers to address key concerns about the contract.
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Under the new 2016 contract the pay structure is very different. Our sample payslip explains the different elements of pay.
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During the challenging contract negotiations, fact and opinion have often been misrepresented. Read our mythbuster to find out the truth about the contract.
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The contract is due to be introduced in a phased approach according to the rota schedule. Find out how it may affect you.
Contract negotiations began over two years ago. Find out how far we have come.
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Latest contract details
On 6 July NHS Employers released the final terms and conditions of service for junior doctors in England.
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Doctors leaders have accused the national pay review body of using its recommendations as ‘a cover’ for driving down frontline salaries.
Doctors leaders have called for a ‘fundamental review’ of national prescribing recommendations to end a ‘confusing’ and ‘irritating’ post-code lottery for patients.
Doctors and emergency services staff have been praised for their bravery in the aftermath of the attack in Westminster.