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The BMA has warned there is no guarantee of the UK having enough Pfizer/BioNTech jabs in 12 weeks to deliver second doses.
Areas outside London and the South-East are now seeing the biggest increases in coronavirus cases.
Rare joint editorial by British Medical Journal and Health Service Journal warn PM against "a major error that will cost many lives"
One of the BMA's suggestions is replacing the ‘rule of six’ with a two households rule.
Matt Hancock said he had told the NHS to be ready to begin vaccinating people from the start of December.
Cabinet Office minister says the government will be "driven by the data".
The BMA research also raised concerns about future staffing levels.
The British Medical Association (BMA) said clearer, stronger measures are needed to control spiralling number of Covid-19 cases.
The British Medical Association said: "NHS Test and Trace – despite its name – is not an NHS service" and labelled it "not-fit-for-purpose".
The British Medical Association said it was "frankly astonishing" there was no new significant health investment in the chancellor's mini-budget.