The junior doctors dispute ppears to be losing momentum.
The deep thinking section of the trainees realise that the deal offered has its merits and is quite acceptable.
The remaining members are forgetting that their chosen profession holds a certain position and esteem in the community, way ahead of most professional callings.
They are very well paid, and most privileged to enjoy final salary pensions.
It is time for these young, advantaged people to reflect on their actions very seriously.
John W Bearby,