WE MAY not be able to rely on anyone else, but we can on the GB News presenters. They pick up on the stories and reports we publish that the BBC, Channel Four or Sky steadfastly ignore.
One such was the article we published by Dr Ros Jones last week on the demand by the independent Health Advisory and Recovery Team HART for a Pfizer-style data release of all the AstraZeneca trial data on the basis of which the Medicines and Healthcare Product Regulatory Agency (MHRA) granted emergency authorisation of its use.
Why? One of the prompts was how this vaccine is quietly no longer available to anyone. While other EU countries announced that they were suspending its use altogether on safety grounds, here it appears to have gone out of circulation without explanation, though still advised for anyone over 40. One Ros Jones’s concerns is whether this conceals safety issues we should have been told about from the start?
On Friday night Neil Oliver invited her, as the lead instigator and emissary for this HART initiative, to explain what she thinks is going on, why we have a right to know about this novel gene therapy that millions of people have been injected with, and why the MHRA has a duty to tell us.
You can watch the interview here.