The Minimum Service Level Act was meant to bring an end to disruption caused by industrial action. It hasn't.
The prime minister had hoped that an end to the long-running dispute was in sight.
News of an expected pay rise for MPs has come as the NHS faces another wave of strikes over salaries.
The Today programme presenter roasted the health secretary over plans to ban doctors from taking industrial action.
Consultants and junior doctors will walk out together for the first time in the health service's history.
“Those record profits have not been shared fairly, in my view, with those workers," he said.
Aslef have timed the industrial action to cause maximum disruption.
The Today programme presenter pointed out how Downing Street has backed itself into a corner.
Mike Massa roasted the AMPTP online afterward, saying he was sick of “being burned” by studios and producers.