Can you tell me what the GMC and the BMA do, is a typical question asked as medical interviews. The person being interviewed then says something like "The GMC is the regulatory body whereas the BMA acts as the doctors trade union." The interviewer can then be nice and move on to another stabdard question or be mean and ask something like "What else do they do" or "Why have they been in the News recently?"
One thing that could be talked about is the BMA attempting to campaign against the use of the private sector in the NHS. I have a letter in from of me from the BMA, they are against it.
One function of the NHS is to train the next generation. The BMA have kindly pointed out how reforms may affect me here.
Another point the BMA have considered for me is the training fo medical students. This is expensive and therefore not really of any significance to private companies. Having medical students running around in a private hospital is bad, why would they want us there to watch hip operations and cataracts. We are bad news for them.