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7 reasons why junior doctors are welcome to come and work in Cardiff

THE Welsh Government has sparked an NHS debate by tweeting: “Junior doctors from any part of the UK interested in working in Wales will find a very warm welcome here.”

The tweet was a response to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt’s decision to impose new contracts without agreement from the unions.

Following this cheeky jibe, we put together a list of reasons why junior doctors should cross the bridge and come to Cardiff.

  1. Cheaper accommodation 

It costs £572 a month to live in Cardiff, which is 20.29% cheaper than the housing in London.

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2.  Scenic views

Take a stroll along Cardiff Bay or take a boat trip and enjoy the fantastic views.

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3. Huge sporting events

The newly-named Principality stadium is considered one of the finest stadiums in the world

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4. Live entertainment 

Laugh until you cry at the Comedy Club, in Cardiff Bay, on a Saturday night

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5. World class food scene

Cardiff international food and drink festival draws crowds from across the globe

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6.  Shopping

 Whether you’re drawn to the chain stores in the St David’s Centre or fancy a wander around the independent shops in the arcades, Cardiff caters for all tastes

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7. The nightlife

From craft beer to Jager-bombs – Cardiff is the place to be for beer lovers and party animals

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