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'Historic' junior doctor agreement will pave way for seven-day NHS, says Hunt

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I had been reading with interest that the contract that was about to be imposed on JD's in august would have resulted in a measley hourly wage of around 7 pounds per hour when salaries and hours worked were taken into consideration. I wonder what this new improved mega deal will deliver?? Maybe 7 pounds fifty ( i however doubt the government would be this generous) In what kind of socialist gulag is a wage that pays barely above the minimum required by law considered "historic" and generous????"" The answer is in USSUK, the land formerly known as great britain...........the BMA have sold their junior colleagues down the river and enslaved them into penury for perpetuity!!!! A paltry sum after completing some of the most rigorous training and undergraduate exams anywhere. These poor wageslave juniors will ,as others have pointed out, be required to work until 70 years and will certainly not be able to enjoy the quality of life and status that their predecessors experienced!!!! If you are a JD right now and want a real future and not one of enforced servility on a road to perdition then reject this contract and..... Ditch the country comrades!!!!!!!!!!

Posted date

19 May 2016

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6:49pm

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