(London Daily Mail) Dr David Mackereth’s 26-year medical career hasn’t been jeopardised by endless, gruelling, night shifts.
Nor have the life and death decisions he has made on NHS emergency wards for decades put him off his profession.
It was, in the end, his response to an instruction in a nondescript training room that has left his future hanging in the balance.
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After being offered a job as a medical assessor for the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), David was told to refer to those seeking disability allowance as whatever gender they requested.