Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has accused the British Medical Association of using the truth to distort how he is portraying the new changes to Junior Doctor’s contracts. 

Mr Hunt called the BMA ‘totally irresponsible’ for telling junior doctors just how badly they are about to be screwed by the new contracts.

The new proposed contract can be found kept in a locked drawer in Mr Hunt’s office, and is said to include terms such as longer hours for less pay, as well as all new medical students having to pledge their first born child to medical science.

The Health Secretary made the following statement in a press conference:

‘The BMA have got these junior doctors angry enough to strike because they were the ones irresponsible enough to tell them the truth. I never once endangered the NHS by telling the truth to Doctors, knowing it would cause any sane person to reconsider their job.’