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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Lord Sumption in the bear-pit

We interview the former Supreme Court Justice on life in the lockdown years How much longer would restrictions have lasted in the UK without the powerful contribution Jonathan Sumption made to the debate? Over the past two years, he has dissected and exposed the many shortcomings of Covid legislation and lockdowns fearlessly, bringing the same …

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Facing bankruptcy, no help even from the church, contemplating the end, only pets and new friends make life bearable under lockdowns…

Today’s testimony is our seventh and last in our current series of cataloguing the real experiences of everyday people during the lockdowns. We shall collect more and publish them again – if you would like to provide a testimony please send it to us at info@timeforrecovery.org. Full anonymity is assured. “I have been unable to …

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From missed cancer diagnoses to suicidal thoughts to eating disorders – the cost of lockdowns cannot be forgotten

We’re back from our Easter break and are bringing you the sixth in our series of seven articles cataloguing the many testimonies we received about experiences of the lockdowns. If you would like to provide a testimony please send it to us at info@timeforrecovery.org. Full anonymity is assured. “My Dad was basically told to put …

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An Easter tale unmasked

On this Easter Weekend we lighten the mood a little after our heart-wrenching ‘Testimonies’ with this light-hearted tale that came to your editor from a supporter… “I JUST FLEW from Vancouver to Sydney on Air Canada for Easter. It was an interesting experience to say the least. (Air Canada is rather like British Airways – …

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How a family of five struggled with lockdown pulling them apart

Last year we took the testimony of ordinary everyday people about their experiences of the lockdowns; to ensure their opinions could be placed in the public domain we are publishing them over the coming weeks. This is part 5 – about one family’s experience… “Please stop this, please commit to a way out, please reassure …

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