Happy to sup­port doc­tors’ ac­tions

Harefield Gazette - - OPINION -

I WOULD like it put on record that I en­dorse the stance of the ju­nior doc­tors.

I, to­gether with oth­ers joined them on their stall in Hayes town on Wed­nes­day and am proud of the over­whelm­ing sup­port they got from the res­i­dents who stopped to talk to them and took their lit­er­a­ture ex­plain­ing the ra­tio­nale of the rea­son for them strik­ing.

As many know I am await­ing an op­er­a­tion and if it’s de­layed be­cause of the strike then I am fine with that.

I don’t want an op­er­a­tion where the con­sul­tant does the main work then may hand over the clos­ing up to a doc­tor who may be ex­hausted from work­ing long hours with­out a break.

The NHS is won­der­ful and those who work for it should be ap­pre­ci­ated and trea­sured not treated ap­pallingly by the gov­ern­ment and that ar­ro­gant in­di­vid­ual Jeremy Hunt. CLLR JANET GARDNER Botwell Ward Coun­cil­lor and Do­mes­tic Vi­o­lence Vic­tims’ Ad­vo­cate, Lon­don Bor­ough of Hilling­don

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