Monday, July 27, 2009

Good intentions, paving stones, etc...

Here we were led to believe the statists making decisions for the people™ was all sweetness and light:

Implementing the European Working Time Directive next Saturday, when the NHS is already under pressure with 100,000 new cases of swine flu being diagnosed in a week, is the 'probably the worst time in living memory to do this', the junior doctors' campaign group RemedyUK said.

Junior doctors are the last group of NHS staff to come into the Directive this Saturday by cutting their working week from 56 hours to 48.

Experts have warned that the NHS is not ready for the change and there will be gaps left in rotas putting patients at risk.
Generally speaking, that whole life/work balance thing usually works best if one is actually alive to enjoy it.

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