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Ireland's equivalent of the BMA has asked UK GPs not to apply for senior clinical posts in Ireland after a row with the Irish government.
Sixty-eight senior posts have been created by the Irish government, but the Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) is calling on doctors across the world to boycott the application process.
The posts, which call for clinicians with over 15 years' experience, are expected to lure Irish expatriates back to the country.
IMO director of industrial relations Fintan Hourihan told GP: 'We are asking GPs not to apply because the government has not finished negotiating the conditions of these jobs with us.'
In Ireland …