British Medical Association chair James Johnson has resigned over not fully being able to express the anger felt by junior doctors over the MTAS appointments system. Mr Johnson said Association members were unhappy over a letter he recently sent to The Times. BMA treasurer Dr David Pickersgill said that the letter was felt to be insufficiently sensitive and had led to a loss of confidence in Mr Johnson.

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British Medical Association chair James Johnson has resigned over not fully being able to express the anger felt by junior doctors over the MTAS appointments system. Mr Johnson said Association members were unhappy over a letter he recently sent to The Times. BMA treasurer Dr David Pickersgill said that the letter was felt to be insufficiently sensitive and had led to a loss of confidence in Mr Johnson.

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