Jeremy Hunt cannot whitewash over his past support for lockdowns

HAVE SOME POLITICIANS never heard of Google? Are there really people in today’s politics who don’t realise we can look-up the internet via things called search engines and find what they and their colleagues have said in the past? Either Jeremy Hunt, former Health Secretary and losing candidate for the Conservative Party leadership in 2019, …

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Covid Public Inquiry terms of reference – More wins than worries? 

There’s good news from the outcome of the Covid Inquiry terms of reference consultation – but there are also some serious concerns. THE IMPORTANCE of the Covid-19 Inquiry to the future of this country is enormous. It has at its core a mission to learn the lessons of the Covid-19 response ‘for the future’ which …

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Outsourcing our pandemic response to ‘WHO’ risks unaccountable lockdowns on steriods

By Brian monteith – 4 minute read AFTER ALL WE have witnessed these last two years there are only two ways we can choose to manage our public health response to global pandemics.  The first is to recognise we were patronised, manipulated, lied to, censored, sometimes criminalised or put under effective house arrest, unable to see …

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Masks found wanting in comparative study of 35 countries

YET ANOTHER study has been published pulling down the claims of effectiveness of mask wearing and consequently mask mandates as a worthwhile medical intervention to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Published in the medical journal Cureus, the peer-reviewed ‘Correlation Between Mask Compliance and COVID-19 Outcomes in Europe’ is naturally causing a stir. Authored by Beny Spira, …

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Four tables that show why Lockdowns should never happen again

A STUDY of NHS data by the BMA tells a story of how the NHS is struggling to cope with the backlog of patients and procedures that was caused by the various lockdowns and restrictions in response to the Covid pandemic. The government was repeatedly warned by Recovery and many healthcare specialists that this would …

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Doctors’ voices must be heard on lockdown and public health errors 

THE RECENT announcement from the General Medical Council that doctors face being struck off for spreading fake news on lockdowns and vaccines is somewhat frightening given the recent experience of Dr Sam White, a GP in Hampshire. It has a chilling Orwellian overtone to it. It seems to imply that fake news is anything not approved by the Government and any of …

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Two years of lockdowns and restrictions have disrupted our natural immune defences

A SPIKE in infant and childhood hepatitis is causing alarm, with over 114 UK cases and 169 worldwide. Most are aged 1-5 years, with a few either side. One child – not in the UK – has died, and 7 in the UK required liver transplants.  All are negative for the viruses (A-E) that ordinarily cause the …

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High Court decision marks the start of justice over pandemic restrictions

THE HIGH COURT ruling that the Government broke the law by discharging Covid-positive patients into care homes will not be the last defeat the Government will suffer as the process of inquiry and accountability begins. The private action brought by two bereaved daughters of victims of Covid, both resident in separate care homes that received …

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