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POLL: Were the junior doctors right to strike?

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BBC bias strikes again in coverage of junior doctors

The BBC News website’s politics index page labelled its story about today’s (January 12) industrial action by junior doctors Patients hit by junior doctors’ strike.

Oh, very fair, balanced and unbiased, BBC!

Someone should remind the Tory-supporting BBC newsgathering team that the only reason junior doctors have walked out at all is the fact that so-called health secretary Jeremy Misprint Hunt is trying to impose a new contract on them with vastly inferior pay and working conditions.

Someone should remind the Tory-supporting BBC newsgathering team that Mr Misprint spent much of last summer lying about the service offered by the NHS at weekends because he was trying to pretend that the new contract was necessary in order to provide a full seven-day-a-week service – which the NHS already provides. The issue was highlighted by a letter to the minister, pointing out that Hunt himself doesn’t work 24 hours a day, seven days a week, even though he receives far more money from the public purse …

Cliff Richard and the Elm Guest House Discovery

Rumours abound that holier-than-thou Cliff Richard is in some way linked to police investigations of the debauched Elm Guest House.

Rumours also abound that Cliff Richard is also linked to the Jimmy Savile Operation Yewtree investigations. Are these rumours mindless gossip or is there more to Cliff than meets the eye? Operation Fairbank was a secretive Met operation investigating historical abuse allegations, first raised by brave MP Geoffrey Dickens. The allegations centered around claims that politiciansand VIPs were involved in a child abuse ring at the Elm Guest House in Richmond. According to the Exero News website: ‘Met secretly reopens the case of ex-senior politicians’ alleged links to ‘paedophile ring’. by David HenkeDavid Pallister and Fiona O’Cleirigh, 14 December 2012 Exaro News “Police are investigating former senior Conservative figures and other prominent people over allegations of sexually abusing boys in a guest house in the early 1980’s. Exaro can today reveal that the Metr…

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