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Started by: davefire1 (93)  Report abuse
Would it be appropiate for the CEOS Of wigan health authority to resign ,after the way he behaved during the proposed take over of part of the Nhs staff , he called his staff and actually took one of their jobs , not at the same pay rates I don't think. Thank goodness they stood up and where counted

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (2941) Report abuse
He's a very naughty boy

Posted by: whups (3134)  Report abuse
maybe the tories on here would,nt take that view ? .

Posted by: jathbee (9185) Report abuse
His behaviour was antagonistic and extremely provocative, to say the least.

Posted by: baker boy (14070) Report abuse
why does poor management have to be aligned with the tory party,after all the only bad managers in government while i have been alive(70 years) have been socialist.

Posted by: Handsomeminer (1463) Report abuse
Do you really think the current lot are doing a good job

Posted by: jathbee (9185) Report abuse
No. I for one certainly don't. The latest attempt to privatise part of the NHS service, within the WWL trust, was a thinly disguised company named WWL solutions, which was a wholly private company, which had it gone ahead would have seen 900 employee's jobs taken out of the NHS and likely seen terms and conditions, including pensions affected.
The people affected went on strike in protest of the attempted privatisation of our NHS. The strike saw the attempt fail. But I have little doubt that further clandestine attempts will be made in the future.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (2941) Report abuse

Strike Strike Strike!!!

You are obsessed with gooin on strike

Jeeze,, have you ever heard of negotiating or if you can't agree go to ACAS

Well if yoo were in charge of these Brexit negotiations, we would be in dickys meadow

Posted by: jathbee (9185) Report abuse
Utter tripe as usual.
Doo yoo think that negotiations were not exhausted before the drastic step of a strike was organised. We are talking about NHS workers here, who are the least militant of all workers.
You obviously know nothing about what is happening to our NHS service.

Posted by: whups (3134)  Report abuse
take no notice of the village idiot jathbee the truth is that were not doing any negotiations & this lot are a bunch of egotist,s with a head the size of jupiter.i,m sure he scabbed when the taxis went on strike a few years ago.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (2941) Report abuse
I cawn't remember taxis ever gooin in strike

Posted by: whups (3134)  Report abuse
i,m sure ronny melling had you on strike a few years ago.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (2941) Report abuse

When did taxis go on strike?

And did yoo show 'solidarity'

Posted by: whups (3134)  Report abuse
yes i did & never got a taxi since. they were on strike because of uber & others encroaching on your turf.

Posted by: jathbee (9185) Report abuse
Well, it's obvious he's impervious to what was going on around him in his own industry. And he has the gall to comment on other workers. He knows nowt.

Posted by: whups (3134)  Report abuse
it was about wigan council trying to make all taxis black cabs.


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