We spoke to overworked junior doctors who are living under the constant threat of regulatory action.
The hospitals are a "warzone."
"I've prescribed the wrong medical doses and that's pretty standard across the board. I haven't killed anyone yet, thankfully."
It was a piece of piss, to be honest—dunno what all the fuss is about.
But the government is claiming Hunt never actually imposed the contracts. We went along to make sense of it all.
This weekend, a Labour MP resigned from his Commons committee over claims he used sex workers, junior doctors say they will leave the NHS if a new contract is imposed, a politician got his balls stuck in a stool, and more.
VICE News attended a march in central London on Tuesday which saw thousands of medical practitioners protest against the government's move to implement controversial new contracts.
"I remember when I did a shit in an A&E last year," says a remixed Jeremy Hunt speech, "I looked up at the doctors and said I hope my policy is clear."
As the junior doctors strike got underway, angry protesters attempted to disrupt a meeting about "breaking barriers" against privatised healthcare.
Junior doctors are engaged in a bitter dispute with the government over new proposed hours and a reduction in weekend pay. More than 13,000 appointments and operations have been cancelled.
Are NHS A&Es really going to look like war zone field hospitals before Jeremy Hunt or the junior doctors blink?
The Health Secretary announced that his hated new contract would be imposed without further negotiation.