Spoilt brats

The junior doctors should hang their heads in shame, and be sacked on the spot.

Friday, 6th May 2016, 9:07 am
Updated Friday, 6th May 2016, 10:10 am

How dare they expect their consultants to do their work as well as their own heavy schedule.

These junior doctors are acting like spoilt babies.

How dare they hold their already sick patients to ransom and add to their distress.

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In my view, they are breaching their Hippocratic oath and should be dismissed.

There have been more than 125,000 operations and appointments cancelled, on top of almost 250,000 operations cancelled previously.

Striking achieves nothing and only adds to the patients’ misery when they are already sick.

I don’t agree with strikes of any description, which is why, when I was working as a coronary care nurse, I was in a non- strike union, the Royal College of Nursing.

The junior doctors will never win because Jeremy Hunt will not be walked over.

I would back him totally.

The junior doctors have been offered a good deal on the table with a 16% pay rise.

I wish I could get a pay rise as easily!

I hope the junior doctors can sleep at night after their appalling actions.

Or will they be having nightmares over the possible increased patient death rate figures their shrike action could be contributing to?

I am absolutely disgusted.

Geoffrey Hare,

Kingsley Avenue,