Shadow health secretary Andy Burnham (@andyburnhammp) turned to The Guardian to throw a metaphorical egg at Labour leader Ed Miliband (@Ed_Miliband) who hadn't returned home from his holidays for long before encountering a real one at close quarters. Mr Burnham explained his ambitious plans for the NHS (which haven't been universally welcomed) to GP earlier this year.
Look out for results of our exclusive GP stress investigation online tomorrow, in your first-look at GP's latest edition via iPad in the afternoon and in the magazine on Monday.
Not just a Walworth market in south London where Mr Miliband was facing eggs:
As a disaffected former Lib Dem, Labour should have my vote in the bag. The fact that they haven't speaks volumes.— Keir Shiels (@keirshiels) August 12, 2013
#ALevels results out today and kind words for all from our favourite media GP:
Congrats 2 all new future medics!! Didn't get results u wanted? Pick yourself up and try again. Life will give u lots of chances if u let it— Dr Christian Jessen (@DoctorChristian) August 15, 2013
#changeoverday, where junior doctors take to hospital wards for the first time for training, may have been last week but #weekinreview is still enjoying the camaraderie and wit of the profession inspired by the day we're not calling #blackwednesday.
#tipsfornewdocs don't be disillusioned by all the negative stuff you read re nhs. Many great things happen everyday, be part of that— Keith M (@keester76) August 6, 2013
If you're convinced your senior colleague is wrong, politely challenge. Good Drs don't fear being asked to justify decisions #TipsForNewDocs— Dr Hugh Bishop (@DrHughBishop) August 13, 2013
If you can keep your head whilst all those around you are loosing theirs, maybe you don't understand what's happening #TipsForNewDocs— Dr.Peter Aquilina (@Cyclenut66) August 9, 2013
Our best read blog was How GP pension arrangements are changing by specialist medical accountant Laurence Slavin (@Laurie_Slavin).