Union leaders from the Doctors’ Union are demanding urgent talks with the government and are threatening strikes into 2025 and beyond if they don’t get the wage agreement they want.
But they have already walked away from talks on non-payment issues, knowing there is no way ministers can meet their ridiculous 35 percent demand.
As the union plays politics with patients’ lives, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that not all counselors will have to lose their pay if they leave the NHS.
Senior medics, who are trained at taxpayers’ expense and earn an average of £128,000 a year, can continue to do lucrative private work on strike days – on top of the up to £260 an hour they may be billing the NHS to cover for striking juniors have colleagues.
Nurses who accepted the best salary the country could afford showed they cared more about their patients than money.
The Marxist BMA bullies blackmailing the country? Not as much.
End of the street?
DRIVERS should get a big boost today when the Competition and Markets Authority is expected to recommend a PumpWatch comparison website to unmask greedy petrol dealers.
It could mean that motorists save up to £8 every time they fill up if forecourt owners are forced, as hoped, to slash their inflated fuel prices.
For years we have been campaigning for an end to street robberies as part of our Keep It Down campaign.
It could be now.
error and order
LESS than one in 10 violent assaults in the last year ended with a thug being charged.
Meanwhile, in London, the Met Police banned officers working at the weekend’s Pride event from wearing a badge commemorating their colleagues who were killed on duty.
The chiefs decreed that some members of the LGBT community might be offended if they mistakenly thought the Union Jack-based badge vaguely resembled a US flag emblem associated with transphobic groups in America.
So, officer, how’s it going with trying to prioritize real crime-fighting over enlightened ideology?
For you Jade
LABOR yesterday supported The Sun’s ‘Jade’s Law’ campaign to stop prison fathers from taking control of their children’s lives.
Shadow Justice Secretary Steve Reed is right when he says it is “indefensible” for fathers to retain parental rights over children whose mothers have murdered them.
If judges have the power to overrule these rights, they must do so.
And if not, the law urgently needs to be changed.