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The BMA's leader has warned the new Labour government that its time is running out to provide a better health service.
In his opening address to the BMA's annual representative meeting in Bournemouth this week, the chairman of the BMA council, Dr Ian Bogle, said the next 12 months were crucial.
He saw "a demoralised, disenchanted, dejected, but certainly not defeated profession." And he warned the prime minister "not to denigrate and abuse us, not to blame those of us who work in the health service for the deficiencies of the health service, not to disparage or dismiss our concerns."
Reminding his audience that four years ago health professionals had …