Yet another open letter to the MHRA

But are the regulators listening?
Seventy-nine experienced health professionals and academics from the Children’s Covid Vaccines Advisory Council, have sent yet another letter to the MHRA exhorting them not to follow the FDA in authorising Covid-19 products for 0-4-year-olds. We know from past experience that where one regulator goes the others quickly follow.

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Lockdown Harms to children

From late 2020, the various harms of lockdowns, particularly for children, were becoming apparent, with acknowledgement from the DfE and OFSTED that all was not well.  Signs of deterioration in adolescent mental health and increase in domestic violence and child abuse were noted, as summarised by the HART team.

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Second Open Letter to all members of the FDA vaccines committee

We are a group of health professionals and scientists from the UK, who submitted a letter to the FDA meeting in March regarding our concerns over the potential authorisation of Pfizer vaccine for children aged 6 months to 4 years and our letter is reattached today in readiness for your June meeting.  No new evidence has come to light since our March letter, which gives any credibility to the necessity, safety or even efficacy of this vaccine for infants. 

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Reflections of a Child Psychologist on the Pandemic Response, 2 years on

For those of us who have spent the last two years surveying unfolding events in dismay, these past few months have been a strange time. We witnessed the greatest imposition of restricted civil liberties ever seen in peacetime and observed with disbelief the supine (sometimes enthusiastic) response of media, political ‘opposition’, most institutions and public bodies, even in the face of ever-increasing evidence of the enormous societal cost. 

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Moving towards recovery

Surveying the costs of mass testing children and other NPIs in educational settings This piece was originally written for the British Medical Journal. They rejected the piece. The Daily Sceptic have also published it, but we feel this of the utmost importance and needs to be given the attention it deserves. Authors: Dr Zenobia Storah, […]

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