Goodness me, Mr Redmond, when do you find time to eat? Or tweet.
Do you do it while you are driving an ambulance or a train?
Being a nurse and an ambulance driver at the same time is a seriously hard call, but ‘struth, driving a train while you are doing it… Chapeau, as they say in France.
On thing I was wondering about though. At £225,000 a year, when do you ever have time to spend any money? And can Munguin or I be of any assistance? We’re rather good at it.
On further investigation, though, I find that Ciaran lives in Dublin, presumably works as a nurse and an ambulance driver in an Irish hospital, and one imagines, drives an Irish train.
So now we know the Irish are better paid than the Brits.
On the other hand, here’s a day on the life of a real English nurse. How could she fit in train driving, I ask myself.
I’m betting that, because she only works one job (lazy sod) she’s on a lot less than £225,000 plus overtime.
What do you think?
Ciaran also has this on his Twitter page:
We’ve hit our NHS waitlist targets!
Over 22,500 patients treated – virtually eliminating the longest waits, thanks to the hard work of amazing NHS staff.
That, on August the 9th, 2022, from the Rt Hon Andrew Stephenson (nah, nor me), but he’s a Lord Commissioner of the Treasure no less.
However, the BMA seems to disagree with these “facts”. Indeed they suggest that the situation has never been worse.
Surely a Rt Hon Lord Commissioner of the Treasury wouldn’t tell lies, for that would make him Rt Dishon, would not it? But equally certainly the BMA wouldn’t be that economical with the truth, particularly when they have all the research to back up their statements. (And Stephenson is a Tory, after all.)