The role of the MHRA in regulating the advertising of medicines – is the MHRA failing in yet another of its responsibilities?
MP speaks out but who is listening?
On the evening of 13 Dec 2022 Andrew Bridgen, the MP for NorthWest Leicestershire, gave a 17-minute speech on the floor of the House of Commons challenging the “safe and effective” mantra regarding the mRNA Covid vaccines and calling for their suspension.
How will we look back on 2022? For most but the most die-hard Zero Covid addicts (who had to wait until China punctured this illusion only a few weeks ago), victory was declared over Covid early in the piece when the government backed down from its obscene NHS injection mandate in February and ‘Plan B’ restrictions were also subsequently rescinded.
Open letter to HoC & HoL scrutiny committees
The WHO’s Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response Treaty threatens our sovereignty and our democracy. HART has joined with The Thinking Coalition, Time for Recovery, Together Declaration, Not Our Future and Freedom Alliance to urge our parliamentary scrutiny committees to exercise due diligence.
Pandemic Inquiry off to a shaky start
The official UK Covid-19 Inquiry is yet to begin but the groups who will be included as core participants have been selected for the first two modules. There are severe biases evident but we have to ask how much it really matters.
A new All Party Parliamentary Group
Is Parliament finally acknowledging the vaccine-injured?
On Thursday 20th October, a new all party parliamentary group – APPG for covid-19 vaccine safety – met at Portcullis House, Westminster., with many vaccine injured people in attendance.
Jacinda and Justin finally relent – will Joe follow suit?
Last week’s bulletin contained an International round up on restrictions and vaccine advice. Lo and behold two days later, New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern announced they were scrapping their ban on unvaccinated travellers, as from 13th September.
International round up on restrictions and vaccine advice
The rest of the world is waking up gradually to the nonsense of differentiating between vaccinated and unvaccinated tourists. This may be galling for anyone who chose to get vaccinated solely for travel, only to find they didn’t actually need it by the time the trip arrived. The website here gives regular updates, though it is always advisable to check with the official guidelines for an individual country.
The unintended consequences of COVID-19 vaccine policy
A recent article published in prestigious scientific journal BMJ global health has questioned the effectiveness of vaccination mandates during the Covid-19 pandemic and pointed out their unintended consequences.
Rewriting history on school closures
If we are to avoid the mistakes of the last two years the first step must be admitting that mistakes were made. This has begun but some people are finding it harder than others.
Terms of Reference for the Covid-19 Public Inquiry
The deadline to respond to the proposed terms of reference for the English Public Inquiry into covid ends on 7th April. There are number of major omissions from the current proposed terms of reference
We need to talk about behavioural science…
The Government’s use of behavioural-science – particularly ‘nudges’ that use fear inflation, shaming and peer pressure to increase people’s compliance with the state’s agenda – has evoked major concerns in relation to both the ethics and the collateral damage.
Lest We Forget
Not being a daily publication, we did not have the ‘pleasure’ of writing on the two year anniversary of that now most inauspicious of dates, 23 March 2020. If only the Prime Minister had stood up that Monday evening, ripped up his pre-prepared speech and stood firm – what an alternative reality that might have been!
Will the government’s ‘Public Inquiry’ be a whitewash?
From the start of the pandemic, a number of eminent voices were speaking out against lockdowns, as a blunderbuss approach with no prior mention in pandemic preparedness plans, and one for which no impact assessment was ever produced.
Common sense from the Sunshine State
This week Ron DeSantis hosted a Roundtable in Florida with medics and scientists attending from all over the world. The goal of the meeting was billed as ‘ending COVID theater once and for all’.
The review of the Human Rights Act
The Government is currently undertaking a review of the Human Rights Act (HRA)(1998) and has published a consultation document that describes why it believes change is required, together with its specific proposals for what should be included in a new ‘Bill of Rights’. Given the state overreach witnessed over the last two years under the guise of covid-19 restrictions – involving unprecedented infringements of people’s core rights and freedoms – the timing, rationale and content of the review should concern us all.
The WHO power grab — Medical Tyranny at scale
The World Health Organisation have launched a “historic global accord” for pandemics also known as a “pandemic treaty” to be decided by an “intergovernmental negotiating body.” The WHO General Assembly is able to pass binding agreements on all member states with a two thirds majority using article 19 of the WHO constitution.
Reverse Ferret on Vaccine Mandates
It is hard to dispassionately document the rise and fall of an abomination without resorting to emotional language. The particular abomination in question is the statute entitled “Vaccination as a Condition of Deployment”.