In the aftermath of the Brexit vote, the controversial UK minister Jeremy Hunt, who currently ranks among prime minister candidates, has referred to Norway as the desired model for the country's new agreement with the European Union...
UK Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said that he is seriously considering the possibility to run for the prime minister’s office after resignation of David Cameron.
Britain’s Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is “considering” standing in the Conservative Party leadership contest following the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron last week. He told the Good Morning Britain show on ITV1: “I’m not...Show More Summary
The RCN's knee-jerk reaction to a speech by Jeremy Hunt demonstrates how deluded the trade unions can be at times. Because the greets health scandal of modern times, the premature deaths of up to 1200 patients and intolerable standards...Show More Summary
British Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said that the UK government and the British Medical Association reached a deal on Wednesday on junior doctors' contracts as a result of "constructive and positive" talks.
The UK Health Secretary turns 50 this year and we’re sure you’d want us to mark the occasion with a little gift. Decca’s got just the thing. Imagine the NHS wrecker reformer spending his leisure hours listening to this. There may be a message in the title track: the NHS is so strong it will […]
Britain’s Conservative Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has spent much of early 2016 and late 2015 in the headlines for all the wrong reasons—reportedly originally appointed to his position to keep the National Health Service (NHS) out of...Show More Summary
The name of Jeremy Hunt, the U.K.’s health secretary, has become synonymous with the recent strikes by England’s junior doctors, being plastered alongside various less-than-reverent slogans on protest banners by supporters. Less familiar, but also important, is the name Johann Malawana. Show More Summary
U.K. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt cut a combative figure in parliament on Monday evening as he faced a historic walkout from junior doctors—striking against their new unpopular contracts imposed by the government—on Tuesday. The deal...Show More Summary
Tensions are rising ahead of a the most significant walkout yet for junior doctors in England and Wales, with one medic resigning live on air during a talk-show interview. Strikes—over British Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt’s controversial...Show More Summary
Today, The BMJ's Editor in chief, Dr Fiona Godlee, unpicks the facts surrounding health secretary Jeremy Hunt's use of data to put his case for a seven-day NHS in England. In the thick of this dispute is a paper published in The BMJ last year showing excess mortality in patients admitted at weekends. read more
The most popular posts last month were... 1. Boris Johnson: Vanity and Opportunism 2. Michael Gove's Fairy Tale 3. The Idiocy of Jeremy Hunt 4. Notes on Peter Tatchell and No Platform 5. Hillary Clinton: It's the Politics, Stupid It's pleasing to see a combination of Tory infighting and Tory incompetence make the running this last month. Show More Summary
Junior doctors in the UK National Health Service have been attempting to negotiate a decent wage and decent working conditions in their new contract with Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, who is a terrible person, and who has been publicly libelling the hardworking doctors on the front lines of the UK health system. (more…)
Being the U.K. Health Secretary is a tricky job, requiring you to shepherd through policy changes and budget cuts affecting Britain’s beloved National Health Service (NHS). But the role’s current incumbent Jeremy Hunt is coming under...Show More Summary