Did Jeremy Hunt commit perjury to ‘win’ Junior Docs court case?

“The police must immediately begin an investigation into Hunt’s apparent perjury – and prosecute him to the full extent of the law if they find any evidence that Hunt’s ‘recommendation’ has been a de facto imposition.

Share this to raise awareness and build pressure, so they can’t avoid their duty.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn should also hammer the government on this at the next PMQs and Shadow Health Secretary Diane Abbott should do the same at the next health questions.”

The SKWAWKBOX

ctyb4osxeae_0wlLast month, Secretary of State for Health Jeremy Hunt claimed to have won the Dept of Health (DH)’s court case against ‘junior doctors’ (who are actually any doctor below consultant level).

A group of doctors had brought the case against Hunt’s planned imposition of a new contract which, in spite of government double-speak, will overstretch them even further for less pay and present a danger to patients. It’s clear to anyone that this plan is just the next step in impoverishing our NHS and its staff in order to eventually end it as a national provision, ‘free at the point of need’.

The DH ‘won’ the case by claiming they’re not planning to ‘impose’ the new contract, but are simply recommending it – in spite of Hunt telling the House of Commons on more than one occasion that he would.

Hunt’s apparent backtracking meant that the DH’s ‘win’ was more…

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