BMA Defends Doctors Who Refuse In Person Treatment

In a shocking yet unsurprising move, the British Medical Association have defended the doctors who refuse to treat patients in person.

The BMA’s council chair, Dr Chaand Nagpaul said: “If general practice was an employee, it would claim harassment, discrimination, victimisation.”

Other GPs and staff from Nottinghamshire have also claimed that patients who demand to have a face-to-face appointment are abusive bullies.

This comes as patients have had their eyes open to the scandals and corruption within the NHS over the last two years. The British taxpayers are surprised that despite paying for the system, not only they have no patient choice, but also get told that they can’t receive basic service.

The battle between the Health Secretary, Sajid Javid, and the left wing trade unions linked to the NHS continues.