BMA writes to NHS boss over 111 'concerns'

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The organisation representing British doctors has written to NHS bosses to call for a delay in the launch of a new non-emergency telephone advice line.

The 111 service, replacing NHS Direct, is due to launch in England on Monday.

The British Medical Association's letter to Sir David Nicholson follows reported problems in trial areas.

Dominic Hughes reports.

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