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Furious doctor interrupts cringing David Cameron's photo-op at NHS hospital

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#1
#2
too right, can't be going onto wards without following the hygiene standards no matter who you are, disgraceful TV crew and PM Aids.
#3
X) Made me laugh this morning. Should of chucked the two monkeys out too. Must have found one voter who voted for both of them.
1 Like #4
Although the doc's right with what he said and it's good he had the balls to say it i can't help but think "shut up". he simply comes across as annoying to me; you can image this is what he's like to his kids if they're up 1 minute past their bed time with their mother taking him to a side making a futile attempt to calm him down

Edited By: hypnoticstate on Jun 15, 2011 15:15
#5
hypnoticstate
Although the doc's right and what he said and it's good he had the balls to say it i can't help but think "shut up". he simply comes across as annoying to me; you can image this is what he's like to his kids if they're up 1 minute past their bed time.


yep, but if his kids are up one minute past their bedtime they run risk of being tired not having patients catch MRSA etc,
1 Like #6
Probably a LibDem supporter.
#7
Alfonse
hypnoticstate
Although the doc's right and what he said and it's good he had the balls to say it i can't help but think "shut up". he simply comes across as annoying to me; you can image this is what he's like to his kids if they're up 1 minute past their bed time.


yep, but if his kids are up one minute past their bedtime they run risk of being tired not having patients catch MRSA etc,


Or being subject to there verbal diarrhoea.
1 Like #8
maybe the doctor should run the country 8)
banned 2 Likes #9
Well handled by Cameron though. Miliband would have started crying.
#10
Surely, being as senior as he is, he would have known about the planned visit weeks in advance. He would have had time to object to the visit or impose rules for the ward.

Jumped up doctor in my opinion.
banned#11
He was complaining about the dress code I think. He could have handled it a lot better though - not screaming and shouting in front of patients.
#12
JonnyTwoToes
Well handled by Cameron though. Miliband would have started crying.


oO
2 Likes #13
all they had to do, was use alcoholic handwash, tuck ties in and roll sleeves up, pretty basic stuff when you're there to champion your support for the NHS reforms, doctor completely in the right. They are the rules of the ward for the protection of patients.
banned#14
Brave???
1 Like #15
Everyone in that room was an ****
#16
master_chief - I see where you're going there!

Edited By: smidav on Jun 15, 2011 16:07
#17
another government U-turn eh!? They should ask Obama if we can have a nascar race here.
#18
http://www.mydavidcameron.com/images/c2b.jpg
banned#19
dtovey89
Everyone in that room was an ****


If that was the c word, that's the best post today. :D
#20
splatsplatsplat
another government U-turn eh!? They should ask Obama if we can have a nascar race here.

at wembley - gorra pay it off somehow.
banned#21
Alfonse
all they had to do, was use alcoholic handwash, tuck ties in and roll sleeves up, pretty basic stuff when you're there to champion your support for the NHS reforms, doctor completely in the right. They are the rules of the ward for the protection of patients.


If I'm correct, it was the camera crew in the wrong - not our saviour.
#22
Punjab
http://www.mydavidcameron.com/images/c2b.jpg


someone had far too much time with the airbrush
banned#23
roryk83
JonnyTwoToes
Well handled by Cameron though. Miliband would have started crying.


oO


It's true - he did the best he could. He wasn't at fault, and off his own back sided with the mental doctor bloke.

Best of a bad situation and all that jazz.
#24
JonnyTwoToes
Alfonse
all they had to do, was use alcoholic handwash, tuck ties in and roll sleeves up, pretty basic stuff when you're there to champion your support for the NHS reforms, doctor completely in the right. They are the rules of the ward for the protection of patients.


If I'm correct, it was the camera crew in the wrong - not our saviour.


Yeh he shouted at the camera crew not David Cameron
banned 1 Like #25
Clegg just stood there waiting to be told what to say, Cameron did at least make an effort to sort it out.
banned#26
dinkii
JonnyTwoToes
Alfonse
all they had to do, was use alcoholic handwash, tuck ties in and roll sleeves up, pretty basic stuff when you're there to champion your support for the NHS reforms, doctor completely in the right. They are the rules of the ward for the protection of patients.


If I'm correct, it was the camera crew in the wrong - not our saviour.


Yeh he shouted at the camera crew not David Cameron


More than that.... he winked at David Cameron (26 seconds in), then stormed out to get a pen to write his number on.
banned#27
jellybaby22
Lol the doc looks like he's going to have a heart attack.... Calm down dear



He's in the best place..... well maybe not.
banned 1 Like #28
vibeone
Clegg just stood there waiting to be told what to say, Cameron did at least make an effort to sort it out.


What a puppy that man really is - useless!

Must be horrible to wake up every morning and realise your Nick Clegg.


Edited By: JonnyTwoToes on Jun 15, 2011 16:18
1 Like #29
dinkii
Punjab
http://www.mydavidcameron.com/images/c2b.jpg


someone had far too much time with the airbrush

:(

http://www.mydavidcameron.com/images/clegg4.jpg

lol, these are great.:D
#30
No no no, the patient was suffering from mental illness, the doc saw a potential threat and didnt want him to choke on his own pillow (be bad for targets)
1 Like #31
JonnyTwoToes
vibeone
Clegg just stood there waiting to be told what to say, Cameron did at least make an effort to sort it out.


What a puppy that man really is - useless!

Must be horrible to wake up every morning and realise your Nick Clegg.


the true 'joey'.
#32
lol@ "I'm not having it "

go on Doc,you tell em.
banned#33
One of these is Nick Clegg:

http://home.vicnet.net.au/~wildcare/Becky-Baby-no-2-dec-05-(3.jpg

http://home.vicnet.net.au/~wildcare/Becky-Baby-no-2-dec-05-(3.jpg
#34
http://www.mydavidcameron.com/images/estate1a.jpgX)
#35
JonnyTwoToes
One of these is Nick Clegg:

http://home.vicnet.net.au/~wil-2-dec-05-(3.jpg

http://home.vicnet.net.au/~wil-Baby-no-2-dec-05-(3.jpg


no, here

http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRGyG21clP-RSxjhjW01U34eIVjxvM5gKjn7TEnR-nnNk1T8q14


Edited By: Punjab on Jun 15, 2011 16:24
#36
JonnyTwoToes
Alfonse
all they had to do, was use alcoholic handwash, tuck ties in and roll sleeves up, pretty basic stuff when you're there to champion your support for the NHS reforms, doctor completely in the right. They are the rules of the ward for the protection of patients.


If I'm correct, it was the camera crew in the wrong - not our saviour.


yeah see post 2, silly boy

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