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BMA chair: ‘Junior doctors have spoken’

BMA chair Dr Mark Porter outlines what the Government needs to do to avert strike action, after junior doctors almost unanimously support the notion




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  • It's a shame Dr Porter sold out GPs and used the opaque, old boy undemocratic BMA behind closed doors committee to sell GPs down the river.

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  • Could we please call for a forum of senior primary care doctors and occuptional medicine consultants to mediate and advise our minister Mr Hunt who himself has never ever experienced either the rigors of a medical degree or personally had to care for patients and who has never had to personally manage serious risks involving the care of our most vulnerable citizens while exhausted and on a 36 hours straight shift as we did 20 years ago. Nor had to sacrifice 12 years of significant peer earnings to become a newly qualified "junior" GP or Specialist.

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  • swaying both ways Mark?

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  • And now it is time to ballot GPs who need to not emigrate retire or give up but mobilise ANGER by striking back ruthlessly this utterly evil misgovernment who continue to do terrible damage to primary care and the wider English NHS
    Or failing that please Wales and Scotland invade and throw our rotten corrupt crew of spoilt upper class twits into the Thames with lead weights

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