Historic Overview Jeremy Hunt

Rider

Overall Rank1556
NameJeremy HUNT
Country
  Great Britain
Date of birth12-Mar-1974 - Macklin-Can (Saskatchewan)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Jeremy Hunt - Scores by Season


Seasons

YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1996 Banesto 52 467
2. 1997 Banesto 165 266
3. 1998 Banesto 91 379
4. 1999 Banesto 68 470
5. 2000 BigMat - Auber 93 106 419
6. 2001 BigMat - Auber 93 126 407
7. 2002 BigMat - Auber 93 433 152
8. 2003 MBK - Oktos - Saint Quentin 125 418
9. 2004 MrBookmaker.com - Palmans 176 330
10. 2005 MrBookmaker - Sports Tech 218 269
11. 2006 Unibet.com 211 272
12. 2007 Unibet.com 202 278
13. 2008 Crédit Agricole 141 422
14. 2009 Cervelo Test Team 295 202
15. 2010 Cervelo Test Team 170 338
16. 2011 Sky Procycling 51 711
17. 2012 Sky Procycling 124 469
Overall: 2754 1556

Biography

Jeremy Richard Streynsham Hunt PC (born 1 November 1966) is a British Conservative Party politician who has been the Secretary of State for Health since 2012 and the Member of Parliament for South West Surrey since 2005. He was previously Culture Secretary (2010–12).

Hunt was born in Kennington and studied Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Magdalen College, Oxford, where he was president of the Oxford University Conservative Association. As Culture Secretary, Hunt spearheaded the drive for local TV, resulting in Ofcom awarding local TV licences to several cities and towns. Hunt also oversaw the 2012 London Olympics, which received widespread acclaim.

As Health Secretary, Hunt was responsible for negotiating a new contract for junior doctors. The proposed contract increased basic pay while reducing the hours that qualified for premium pay, including reclassifying Saturday as "normal hours". Negotiations with the doctors' union, the British Medical Association (BMA) initially failed, resulting in multiple strikes in 2016. An agreement was eventually reached in May 2016 between the BMA leadership and the government. In a subsequent referendum, junior doctors rejected the new contract and in response Hunt imposed the contract in October 2016. During the dispute, the editor of the British Medical Journal, statisticians and the BMA council chair, amongst others, said that Hunt had misrepresented research to support his claim that a lack of adequate staffing in the National Health Service at weekends had led to avoidable deaths.

source - Wikipedia