'We feel strongly that the process of making job offers should go ahead in the interests of both doctors and patients.
'We understand the uncertainty that problems with the Medical Training and Application System have caused junior doctors and their families, and acknowledge the criticisms that the judgement contains.
'We need to ensure that lessons from what has happened are learned and learned thoroughly. That is why the Secretary of State has asked Sir John Tooke to establish an independent review of the process so that the best possible mechanisms are in place for the training of our junior doctors.'
Remedy UK, the organisation who sought the Judicial Review claiming that the changes were 'unlawful', have said: 'This is a sad day for doctors and the NHS and, indeed, anyone who believes in fairness and merit in the workplace.'
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