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But by Monday afternoon Justin Bieber had jumped back into the lead with a margin of 3,000.
"Morale is very low in the NHS and it's not just junior doctors - applied health professionals and nurses are being hit too." The 36-year-old paediatrician began her campaign with other doctors in October, using a version the choir recorded after placing second in Gareth Malone's Sing While You Work.A choir of NHS staff is battling Justin Bieber for this year's Christmas Number 1 in a powerful message to Jeremy Hunt.London's Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust Choir, who have performed for TV star Gareth Malone, began their bid amid fury over Tory plans for a 7-day NHS.They were left stunned after the campaign exploded online - with thousands of sales propelling them to the top spot.Last night their mashup of Coldplay's Fix You and Simon & Garfunkel's Bridge Over Troubled Water was outselling Bieber's Love Yourself by just 2,000.An emotional new video shows the scrubs-wearing medics caring for newborn babies and elderly patients alongside a famous quote from NHS founder Nye Bevan.
It declares: "The NHS will last as long as there are folk left with the faith to fight for it." The medics were inspired by the long-running row over doctors' contracts which led to a national strike being called off with hours to spare.
Doctors' leaders are negotiating with Jeremy Hunt and could announce a fresh strike for January 12 after a meeting this Wednesday. "No one wants to be in hospital on Christmas Day, not the staff or the patients.
Katie said: "Obviously the backdrop to this is a hugely political one. Wouldn't it be amazing if they announced it on Christmas Day - imagine how all the people hearing that would feel." Sales and streams of songs between last Friday and midnight on Christmas Eve will count towards the official Christmas Number 1.
When you're working in a hospital at the moment you can really feel there's a problem. The winner will then be announced just before 1pm on Christmas Day on BBC Radio 1.
Proceeds from the NHS choir's song will go to mental health charity Mind, its equivalents in Scotland and Northern Ireland, Carers UK and grassroots charities.
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