Labour Party and TUC - call a national demonstration to support the junior doctors!

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Maria Sweeney
5 years ago
Solidarity to the people who are for the people

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Graham vonhaartman
5 years ago
Junior doctors are already under a lot of life and death type pressure, and after 6 yrs of study and training deserve far better pay structure, ie and worker at Mc Donald's can earn more. Mr Hunt and his motley crew need to respect and reward junior doctors, not make their work harder and less rewarding.

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Lorna Solomon
5 years ago
The imposed junior doctors contract is unfair, unsafe and part of a plan designed to privatize the NHS. The junior doctor's fight is a fight for all of the 99%.

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Hilary Wears
5 years ago
We should all show our support for the junior doctors who are, after all, trying to save the NHS and make it safer for us all when we use it!

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andrew clouds
5 years ago
This needs sorting out now.

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Bob Smith
5 years ago
The Dr's need all tge support we can give them, against the unfair actions of this Corrupt Government

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Joseph Cairns
5 years ago
Our NHS is worth fighting for, don't let the Tories sell it off to there mates.

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Zoe Tuxworth
5 years ago
We need to look after our NHS Staff and The NHS itself.

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Brendan Moore
5 years ago
Hunt Is trying to impose 7 day working on the cheap when the staffing is not even adequate for 5 day working as shown in the news this week.

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Genia Browning
5 years ago
our NHS which we pay for is being destroyed and handed over to private companies. Hunt is undermining the safety of patients by imposing this contract. What an irony after the Health and Social Care Bill removed the duty of the Secretary of State to provide a universal public NHS. His action is likely to leave an even greater shortage of junior doctors than exists already thereby undermining weekend provision further.