In yet another example of how the establishment goes out of its way to treat British people like dirt, it has emerged that this year’s UK medical graduates will have to compete with over 1,600 Third World recruits from Pakistan and the Sudan for a limited number of openings.
New statistics show that there are now more than 1,600 applications from foreign doctors for positions in the NHS. This figure has increased from 580 in 2009.
The increase in foreign applicants comes after the Government actively launched a recruitment campaign abroad to help fill the 7,600 available posts.
The campaign to recruit foreigners was made despite 7,300 graduates taking their final exams at British medical schools. The 1,600 foreign recruits will now be in competition with the UK-based graduates.
Given the Government’s insane affirmative action policies as outlined in the Tory, Labour and Lib Dem unanimously-supported Equality Act, preference will be given to non-whites over whites.
Getting a foundation work 1 position is a critical part of a doctor's training and is a pre-requisite for full registration with the General Medical Council.
A 2007 report revealed that foreign doctors are twice as likely to face disciplinary hearings as UK medical graduates and that triple the number of doctors who trained abroad were struck off the UK medical register in 2006 as compared to 2005.
The findings, part of a report compiled by the General Medical Council, showed that of the 5,085 cases with which it dealt in 2006, 303 culminated in fitness-to-practise hearings and 54 doctors were struck off.
Of these, nearly two thirds — 35 doctors — had trained outside the UK.
The range of offences included sexual misconduct, dishonesty and failing to provide an adequate level of care for patients.
Of the 5,085 complaints lodged against doctors, nearly 40 percent referred to overseas-trained doctors, roughly in proportion to their numbers in the NHS workforce.
* Of course, the usual suspects blamed white people for the phenomenon, with an official statement from the British Medical Association saying that the “pattern might be accounted for by a culture of institutional racism within the NHS.”