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Some people say ideology has no place in the National Health Service. That isn’t quite correct; the health service not only has an ideology, but is an ideology. It’s quite a simple one – all the best ones are – about providing healthcare based on need, rather than the ability to pay.
Every day of the year but one, the National Health Service deals with a storm of financial pressures – a £2 billion provider deficit, swingeing ‘efficiency’ cuts, and soaring demand. And then on budget day, it falls asleep and dreams a happy dream.
Or at least that’s what the chancellor hopes.
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What seems like a very long time ago we were called to contract talks with the Government and employers.
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I know many junior doctors, medical students, consultants and members of junior doctors' families have been writing to their MPs to highlight their concern and anger over the junior doctors contract dispute. It is important that we make our voices heard by MPs and ask them to put pressure on the Government to rethink their position.
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We need answers, but all we get is soundbites from the Government when it comes to seven-day services.
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The placards at the junior doctors’ demonstration in London on Monday evening said it all.
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