Have you forgotten about Jeremy Hunt and his dispute with the junior doctors?
The Tories probably hope you have.
He’s still about to force his cruel new contract on junior doctors, cutting their pay and increasing their working hours, making hospitals more dangerous for patients across England because of his own strange ideas about what a health service should be.
If you’re not familiar with Jeremy Hunt’s ideas, here they are (interpreted by poet Michael Rosen):
And if you’ve forgotten what’s happening with the NHS, here’s Jonathan Pie (avoid if you dislike harsh language):
There is a government e-petition, calling on Hunt to resume “meaningful” contract negotiations with the British Medical Association.
At the time of writing, it has already reached the 100,000 signatures required to be considered for a debate in the House of Commons in the month-and-a-week since it was started on February 11. That means there are nearly five months left to get as many more signatures as possible and show Mr Hunt and his Tory colleagues that we’re serious about making them give us the health service we deserve.
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