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The issue of doctors' pay is once again under the spotlight. The profession remains divided over how important pay is, debating whether the proposed 1% pay rise is just another kick in the teeth. To put this into context, doctors' pay has failed to keep pace with inflation for successive years, to the extent that we are now facing a 7% pay cut in real terms over the past 10 years. 1 And it's not just pay that has been eroded. The current NHS pension offering is about half of what it used to bedoi:10.1136/bmj.n1754 fatcat:f56uvdersffinmmc3hnhpclmsm