Richard Murphy says:
May 23 2021 at 5:06 pm
The editor of the very well respected Health Services Journal called PHE an unreliable source today.

They have not released data on schools

The data released has been delayed by No 10 and I think you give it an optimistic reading

I am not questioning the scientists

I think PHE’s leadership is cowering to politicians and is plying to their eugenic agenda

They are failing us as a result

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Just where you’d go for answers to the clinical effectiveness of vaccines, right?

7 thoughts on “Rightie ho”

  1. PHE were proven liars with 23000 false claims of C19 death last year. Hand-Cock was supposed to be closing them. Then they were to be privatised and God knows what has happened since.

    Time they were closed anyway. Whatever Murph is rambling about–I couldn’t be bothered reading it.

  2. So it appears that Spud is lying about that as well. In fact it would be very odd if the Heath Services Journal held any view on the matter, given that it is about issues that affect health workers. Its view of studies on the efficacy of vaccines would be about as relevant as Spud’s views on economic policy or accounting standards or tax law or……….

  3. On Twitter, he is unable to control the debate. A PHE guy is calling him out and he does not respond

  4. “Eugenic agenda”? The Tories, whose voters (he complains) are mostly elderly (thus invalidating the Brexit vote), are deliberately bumping off the elderly? That doesn’t even make sense as a paranoid conspiracy theory.

  5. FWIW PHE is an unreliable source, as is WHO. But its the influence of pharmaceutical companies and in the latter case foreign governments that make it so.

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