“Tired doctors make mistakes.” This slogan is being displayed on placards around England as junior doctors go on strike for the second time.
The 24-hour industrial action involves more than 160 pickets. Doctors voted for it after talks between the government and the doctors’ union, the BMA, broke down again last month.
Many of the strikers and their supporters are keen to get the message across that their grievances are about patient safety rather than just pay and conditions.
But will junior doctors be more tired under the new contract?