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The Prime Minister was left in an awkward situation when a visit to a London hospital turned sour for his following press pack.
David Cameron was with a camera crew, producer and small group of photographers at Guy’s Hospital when the media with him was ordered out an orthopaedic ward.
The senior consultant was unhappy they did not have their sleeves rolled up in the ward. He is heard shouting “I’m not having it, out”, before they leave.
Originally posted by David291
I agree with the consultant. If I had a career like that and I had camera men walking all over my ward and two idiots with their heads so far up their own A**. I would of done the same. Don't they realise this is an hospital?
Originally posted by blupblup
reply to post by gimme_some_truth
Well rules is rules
Well that's what I wanna know.... was he just being a dick or does he have an issue with them over the proposed "overhaul" of the NHS?
Originally posted by PurpleDog UK
The Senior Surgeon was SPOT ON and correct......... the media will portray him as a stickler and Job's worth But he was dead right......