New Deal

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New Deal

A work compensation and conditions package agreed to by junior doctors’ representatives, NHS management, and Government in 1999, which was designed to address the unsocial hours and poor working conditions to which junior doctors where subjected. The maximum contracted hours for each work pattern by junior doctors was agreed as:
• 72 hours/week for on-call rotas;
• 64 hours/week for partial shifts;
• 56 hours/week for full shifts.

New Deal for Junior Doctors
• Limits on number of hours worked/week and on work during unsocial hours;
• Safety and security (job protection);
• Protected rest periods;
• Acceptable accommodations;
• Catering facilities that meet quality standards;
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there is no dearth of evidence to suggest that the fate of the First New Deal can be explained by the fact that the statutes were drained with scant attention to (and even flagrant disregard for) existing constitutional law; that inadequate attention was given to the selection and cultivation of promising test cases; and that the legal arguments offered in its defense were poorly framed and infelicitously presented.
218) Instead, he has exaggerated the coherence of the First New Deal and created a distorted impression of the rupture it represented.
BSS, working with JobCentre Plus, also provided the first New Deal for Musicians scheme in Yorkshire.
In refusing to investigate those claims, FDR became the first New Deal liberal to sacrifice the truth in order to protect a program.
It gained currency because so much of the first New Deal was in fact discriminatory against blacks" (Sitkoff 1978, 53; see also Mandle 1992).
The notion clearly struck a chord with music fan Tony Blair, for the first New Deal rockers will start collecting their cash in August this year.

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