NHS Accident & Emergency departments are being run with no consultants present for more than 40 per cent of the time, an audit has found.

At some units, the most senior person on duty is a junior doctor who finished medical school the previous year, the figures show.

Others have relied on GPs to stand in for hospital consultants, the Daily Telegraph investigation reveals.

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