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Non-consultant hospital doctors are to be balloted on industrial action after pay talks between the IMO and the government broke down.

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The dispute centres around the restoration of a 3,000 euro ‘living out allowance’ that was abolished a number of years ago.
The Irish Medical Organisation will now ballot its non-consultant hospital doctors on industrial action.
The IMO President, John Duddy, said doctors will have no choice but to consider all avenues to have their issues resolve