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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Obama has promised to rebuild roads, bridges and create vast new windfarms in a programme with echoes of Roosevelt's New Deal.
Contrary to common misconception, interference did not begin with Roosevelt's New Deal but rather with Herbert Hoover, who took office in March 1929.
It maintains that following Roosevelt's New Deal, Ameica has been subjected to the power of secular elites, Supreme Court decisions and federal laws: these forces have secularized society, destabilized the family and violated people's personal freedom, burdening them with heavy taxes and regulations.
Only then did Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal create national regulations on their conduct, and the agencies to enforce them.
Firstly, Roosevelt's New Deal programmes did not solve the problem of high unemployment in 1930s America.
In other words, based on the precedent of Roosevelt's New Deal of the 1930s, we need the re-regulation of international finance, an end to subsidies for coal and nuclear, and a programme of public and private investments in renewable energy and energy efficiency, generating thousands of green-collar jobs in the process.
What did Franklin Delanor Roosevelt's New Deal mean at a personal level?
Was Roosevelt's New Deal coalition based on common ideologies and subcultures between different ethnic/racial groups or rather on shifting and temporary material and other interests?
The Act was a spin-off of President Roosevelt's New Deal, which was aimed at supporting prices and stimulating recovery from the Great Depression.
America during Roosevelt's New Deal did not become a one-party state; it had no secret police; the Constitution remained in force, and there were no concentration camps; the New Deal preserved the institutions of the liberal-democratic system that National Socialism abolished.