The health secretary needs to provide i greaternvestment and infrastructure if he truly wants a seven-day NHS
Despicable words from one of the lowest vermin in a government of vermin. Jeremy Hunt wants cash-strapped British citizens to save money to pay for the cost of their own care in later life – …
How can you tell Jeremy Hunt is lying? Easy, he opens his mouth.
GW: Channel 4’s Cathy Newman making a name for herself whilst the Daily Mail reports that Jeremy Hunt’s career is probably finished as he apparently said “the strike killed his career.” http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3559154/My-job-politics-Jeremy-Hunt-admits-junior-doctors-row-killed-career-thousands-patients-hit-strike.html
How many words can you rhyme with Jeremy Hunt? Protesters sing witty song about Health Secretary’s failings during junior doctor’s all out strike
‘Jeremy Hunt, snidey and blunt,’ they begin, ‘Jeremy Hunt, hear him mutter and grunt
‘When he comes under fire well his aides take the brunt, oh Jeremy, Jeremy Hunt,’
While not not greatest piece of music ever written the simple song certainly does get full marks for its rhyming ability.
They continue: ‘Jeremy Hunt, not worth a punt, Jeremy Hunt will confound not confront. Well he likes what he does but he does what he shunt, oh Jeremy, Jeremy Hunt.
‘Jeremy Hunt, Jeremy Hunt, they say every litter of pigs has a…
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The issue has ‘polarised’ the medical community.
Hunt is a disgrace, just what is he trying to do. The 7 day working is just camouflage, he is out to break the junior doctors, just as Thatcher broke the miners. In the latter this went some way to destroy the mining industry, so his is outcome to destroy the NHS.
If he does, it will not be him and his cronies who will suffer, as they can afford private medical treatment, it will be the general population who can not afford the private medical treatments.
This dispute needs to go to ACAS and the resultant decisions have to be binding on all parties.
So stop grining, Mr Hunt, as there is nothing to grin about and start realistic negoiations immediately.
The junior doctors dispute explained simply and in context… It is not possible to explore the Terms and Conditions of the proposed contract in detail