Brexit and the Pooters

Sarah Vine’s deeply Pooterish – sorry, personal – account of the coming of Brexit to the Gove household:

‘And so, having re-organised the kitchen cupboards, I left Michael in his favourite armchair, drafting his Brexit statement while consuming oceans of strong tea and occasionally emitting loud sighs, and retreated to my ‘lady shed’ in the back garden.

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Brexit and the Pooters

Who to trust?

Jeremy Hunt says that the junior doctors are misled; that weekend survival rates are lower than weekday and that stroke treatment is less available, and that extending junior doctors’ working weeks will improve the situation. He says that without inflating the budget or employing more doctors there can be more staff on at the weekend and it won’t mean lower pay or longer hours.

The doctors disagree with him on every point.

Both sides want us to believe and you have to expect that there will be an element of PR and spin – so it boils down to who do you trust most to be telling the truth?

Jeremy? Or the doctors?

Who to trust?