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POLL: HUNT MUST GO Should Jeremy Hunt stand down as health secretary?

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt flees TV reporter's questions after causing confusion over future of four-hour A&E waiting target



Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt ran away from TV cameras this week after facing questions over the confusion about A&E waiting times.

Footage shows him being chased down the street by a reporter as he frantically tried to find his ministerial car, but performed a literal U-turn after failing to locate his jaguar. 
Mr Hunt caused confusion yesterday after appearing to suggest he would scrap the four-hour waiting target for non-urgent cases at A&E departments. 

Today he insisted his comments had been misinterpreted but refused to give any clarity on the matter as he was pursued by Sky News reporter Beth Rigby after delivering a key speech on NHS efficiency in central London. 

Tonight The Peoples Assembly are having an Emergency Protest telling Hunt to go. 
ALL THE DETAILS ARE HERE.




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