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We work with Westminster, the Northern Ireland Assembly, Scottish Parliament and the Welsh Assembly to ensure your voice is heard and your views taken into account by policymakers at the heart of government.

Westminster

  • Legislation at Westminster

    The BMA regularly represents the views of doctors on behalf of their patients in parliament. See what we are working on.

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    BMA briefing: Exiting the EU and science and research

    The UK’s decision to leave the EU will have major implications for the UK’s science and research base. We have identified four key areas which the government needs to address as a matter of urgency.

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    BMA briefing: NHS funding

    We believe that unprecedented demand currently facing the NHS must be matched with increasing investment.

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Welsh Assembly

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    Welsh legislation

    BMA Cymru Wales monitors and comments on relevant legislation being considered by the Welsh Assembly. Read our responses and briefings relating to Welsh bills.

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