Sexist and racist patients could be barred from non-emergency care at NHS trusts, under new rules to be enforced from April.
This information has dropped the current life expectancy of the current Conservative cabinet by a considerable amount.
The news that racist and sexist patients could be barred by the NHS has caused a huge concern among the current Government, with desperate talks by Boris Johnson to shut down this new decision.
In the meantime, Dominic Cummings has advised he knows some good surgeons ‘off the books’ and Jacob Rees-Mogg has set up the cabinet with some good deals of tinctures of laudanum.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said that he was “horrified that any member of the public would abuse or physically assault a member of our NHS staff but it happens too often”.
Whereas the best way to attack a member of the NHS is through tireless work hours, impossible targets, and the constant mental assault caused by a decade of Conservative cutbacks.
Hancock stated that crimes against NHS staff must be treated with “compassion, diligence and commitment”.
This compassion, diligence, and commitment will only apply to investigating crimes, and not to the NHS staff themselves.
In 2019 four in 10 NHS workers felt unwell due to work-related stress.
They did not seek treatment however, as this would cause a depressing case of ‘Busman’s holiday’.