Thousands of overseas physicians could be recruited to help break crippling NHS strikes.
Overall health Secretary Steve Barclay is hunting at temporarily employing foreign medics.
He could ask the Common Health-related Council to speedy-keep track of registrations and get them operating by early12 months.
The option is remaining reviewed in Whitehall but there is no official plan in put.
This sort of a shift would will need signing off by PM Rishi Sunak and Chancellor Jeremy Hunt, with most of the doctors likely to occur from India.
Long-jogging industrial motion is currently being taken by consultants and junior medical professionals.
The British Healthcare Affiliation union is demanding a 35 per cent fork out hike for junior medics.
Last night a Whitehall source explained the abroad health professionals could make improvements to include, restrict strikers generating up shed earnings with time beyond regulation and generally aid to give a improved provider.
They said: “We are now consistently diminished to Christmas Day go over, which does not even contain essential services like chemotherapy. That is just unacceptable.”
The BMA claims associates are eager to keep on strike action past the next election.