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quotePosted at 22:17 on 12th January 2016

They get paid more than most professional people such as Police and Lawyers yet are still holding the Country (people like us) to ransom for their own gain. I say get back to work you grabbing, selfish b......ds and think yourselves lucky you have a decent job.

No matter when you go to hospital there are always plenty of Doctors walking about seemingly doing nothing, why is that? There are of course exceptions.

I predict that public support for the Doctors will fall away very quickly if they continue with their strikes

What say you members?

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quotePosted at 08:09 on 13th January 2016

They swear an oath to do their best for us and are considering withdrawing Emergency Services?

Get real Doctors, Junior or otherwise you are not irreplaceable! Yes, people will be hurt and may even die as a result of your strike action, but they will never forgive you whereas at the moment you are highly respected and valued.

Don't ruin it, call off the strike and get back to working normally.

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quotePosted at 08:10 on 13th January 2016
Were all affected members, so doesn't anybody have an opinion?
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quotePosted at 10:44 on 13th January 2016
I have not been taking much notice of this case,but i dont think picketing and all this media coverage is the answer -it should be dealt with in the correct way with proper negotiations.
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quotePosted at 12:45 on 13th January 2016

According to news reports those stirring up the trouble have been, or maybe still are sunbathing in Barbados whilst the few shout loudest creating the media coverage that you refer to James.

I don't believe the average Doctor (Junior or otherwise) wants this nonsense and you'll notice that they all look very happy on the television during their protest marches!

My guess is that if they do strike to include Emergency Services they may as well emigrate, because the public here will never forgive them. I say let them go try get a job in another Country with anywhere near the equal pay and conditions (if they can).

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quotePosted at 18:16 on 1st February 2016

They are planning another strike so I say sack them all and then ask them if they want their jobs back the next day.

I reckon they would be falling over each other to get back into a very secure job.

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quotePosted at 15:59 on 9th February 2016

Yes, another strike is imminent it seems so get their cards ready I say!

According to the Health Secretary and television news reports the BMA is being somewhat economic with the truth, the question is how would we know whether they are or not?

So c'mon junior doctors (there must be some in the POE membership surely?) lets have your opinion on what's going on please. Who is telling porkies?

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quotePosted at 16:20 on 11th February 2016

Okay they went on strike, now impose the pay deal and job done.

Take it or leave it if I was in charge.

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quotePosted at 08:36 on 24th February 2016

Now three 48 hour strikes are being planned despite them being offered a deal that is apparently going to give them more money and less hours. Greedy b....s in my opinion!

Sack the lot of them and start again I say.

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quotePosted at 07:38 on 24th March 2016

Now they plan to withdraw emergency cover also!

I say sack the lot of them and offer them their job back the next day, but only if they want to accept the terms and conditions on offer.

They are holding us (those they are supposed to care about) to ransom!!

SACK THEM ALL.

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