Junior doctors are set to strike for 72 hours again, after talks with the government broke down.
The walkout will take place from 7am on 14 June to 6:59am on 17 June.
The British Medical Association (BMA) union is calling for a 35 per cent rise, to make up for years of below inflation rises.
The BMA said: "In response to the Government’s paltry 5% pay increase offer we are calling for a full 72-hour walk out of all junior doctors in England. Junior doctors deserve full pay restoration now – and the goal of this third round of industrial action is to force the Government to put forward a credible offer."
This is set to be the third strike by junior doctors since the beginning of the pay dispute.
Health secretary Steve Barclay said on Twitter: "It is disappointing that @BMA_JuniorDocs have decided to call for more strike action.
"We made a fair and reasonable offer, and were in active discussions on a range of issues.
"I am still keen to continue talks if these hugely disruptive strikes are called off."
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