News of an expected pay rise for MPs has come as the NHS faces another wave of strikes over salaries.
"You're the prime minister, you're the government, your staff aren't happy - that's your fault."
The government appears to have spent more for less substantial rewards in the past.
Medics have started a 72-hour strike in a dispute over pay.
98% of those who took part in the ballot backed industrial action.
Doctors desperately need more time to care for their patients and we can’t reasonably expect them to work indefinitely under conditions of extreme stress compounded by technological inefficiency.
Medics feel 'cheated and let down'.
Health secretary said it was 'impossible' to ask staff to work any harder.
Hunt 'incredibly proud to have set up a successful business'.
'If stretched any further, they will leave the NHS.'