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Arrods | 10:18 Fri 05th Jun 2020 | News
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So the NHS doctor has carried out his threat to resign if Cummings didn't. His choice of course. But is he not letting down his patients?

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He resigns just when the country needs every doctor available and puts pressure on other doctors who have to take his patients. His principles are in the wrong place.
10:31 Fri 05th Jun 2020
Do you think his patients will not be allocated another doctor, Arrods? A man of principle - hard to find, these days.
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Of course Ken, but it just thins out scarce resources.
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And perhaps I'm being cynical, but when someone says "to be honest" I wasn't thinking about resigning before the Cummings episode, I just wonder.
He resigns just when the country needs every doctor available and puts pressure on other doctors who have to take his patients. His principles are in the wrong place.
Good for him, why should he put his life on the line for scum like Cummings.
Is this NHS doctor anyone important?
^^ Is this person anyone important, naaa
I've never even met my doctor (GP) and I've been seen by a different doctor everytime I go hospital.
Hmmm.... no agenda there then. It's all about priorities.

https://order-order.com/people/dominic-pimenta/
It's a load of bs.
Good one , naomi.
I like the bit that says "he previously threatened to quit the Labour Party during the 2016 moderates’ ‘coup’, telling the Guardian “Labour has rediscovered its soul under Jeremy Corbyn. If he goes, so do I”. W
Thanks for best answer. I would just like to add, my own doctor, who was entitled to resign a month ago and did so, has returned for as long as he's needed. That's a man of principles.
11.07 So its ok for Cummings to have no principles. Glad the doctor is no longer spending every day trying to make people better, while Cummings was out having a jolly with his family and spreading the virus. Now the doctor can take his family out on a jolly day out.
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teacake, I didn't say Cummings has no principles, I didn't need to, he's proved that himself.
11.33 You say in your BA that the doctors principles are in the wrong place, they were until Cummings did what he did, then got away with it, so the doctors principles have now changed, he's putting his family first, just like Cummings said he was?
^^ they were in the right place until the lie^
Well he has a media career now so doesn’t need to waste his time doctoring.

Expect to see him pop up on telly a bit more now he has the time to dedicate to bashing everyone he doesn’t agree with.
// Thanks for best answer. I would just like to add, my own doctor, who was entitled to resign a month ago and did so, has returned for as long as he's needed. //

and he needed the money - unless he holds the free hold of the surgery and can live off the rent

//But is he not letting down his patients?//

well funny you should say that - in POW camp 1940 - my dear Papa ( this is why I have tacked it on the military post) was a doctor AND a miner - so you can guess what he was planning to do. ANd wondered if the Germans on recapture - optimist he was - wd say he had deserted his patients and demand the SBO ( B is for British) courtmartial him on same.

so he made sure he was treating Poles, Fransh and Serbs when he escaped. He was recaptured having walked from Munich to the Danish border having swum the Kiel canal during an air raid ( dark see?) and no charges
Soon as he said - doctors were escapting all over Germany

so erm no he wd not have been deserting his patients see OP
even according to criteria of seventy years ago

( blimey I am doin quite well for long oral memories this week - yesterday fifty years)

current law is - you give notice rather obviously
I'm not sure if the doctor is putting his family first, he's certainly putting his patients last.

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