April 22, 2006

Betrayal in the UK? surely not…

Writing about web page http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/4928954.stm

A new ruling by the government now means that a lot of Doctors who came here with the promise of being treated fairly are just being denied any future and all their money is going to waste. What I dont understand i why the doctors currently studying here cannot be allowed to finish their qualification? Surely it is only a matter of ethics and decency to let someone finish what you encouraged them to start.

I have never ever viewed the UK as a discriminatory nation, but it does tend to baffle at times with decisions such as these for which there is no reasonable logic. These poor doctors (literally) now have a huge debt with NO degree…...hopefully someone will fight for their cause, unfortunately they are not of any concern to any of UKs policy makers.

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  1. It is bizarre and stupid. Why have they seen fit to do this? We need every doctor we can get; UK graduates don't need 'protecting'.

    22 Apr 2006, 13:05

  2. Wow…that stupid. On a small point, the UK does not "need every doctor [it] can get"...as the article says, the influx of African and Indian Doctors/trainees means that supply > demand for possibly the first time ever.

    But anyhoo, how difficult was it to apply the rule change to those APPLYING AFTER its passage into law?

    27 Apr 2006, 18:51

  3. Apparently impossibly diffiicult, maybe coz it involved a minute;s extra work
    Abey saaley macro–essay khatam kar nahin to fir say fail ho jaye ga!

    27 Apr 2006, 19:13

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