Junior doctor strike leader kicked off BMA council over 'white supremacist’ rant | The Sun

A MILITANT leftie behind junior doctor strikes was booted out of his union today after The Sun revealed a history of shocking anti-British slurs.

Kayode Oki, who was a voting member of the British Medical Association’s ruling council, described Britain as a “white supremacist patriarchy”. 

The self-professed “socialist trouble-maker” also branded “so many” members of his own profession as “willing to prop up white supremacist rhetoric”.

He said he refuses to “listen to podcasts or read books by white men”.

And he accused white women of being “scary” ­mischief-makers who steal ideas from black people.

Dr Oki's comments sparked fury from Tory MPs.

Tory Deputy Chairman Lee Anderson told The Sun: “Instead of spouting radical rubbish on Twitter, the BMA leadership should check out the Hippocratic Oath and get round the table to get this strike over with."

And Conservative MP Ben Bradley added: “The BMA leadership should stop spouting radical comments like these, stop making everything about race and get on with putting an end to the strikes.”

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The BMA this afternoon confirmed that Dr Oki had been “removed from taking part in any and all BMA business with immediate effect”.

A spokesperson said: “The BMA will be undertaking an external independent investigation.”

Dr Oki said: “I am disappointed that these comments, which are my personal views, are being taken without the context such complex subject areas deserve.”

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