THIS week thousands of care workers said goodbye to their jobs, their financial security, their profession and their futures. They also said anguished goodbyes to the care home residents they’d been looking after in some instances for years, not knowing what would become of them or how they’d be treated in view of these mandated catastrophic staff shortages.
It is little wonder that desperate care home bosses have been in tears after this enforced sacking of staff and are pleading to be given a break.
The distress of this young woman sums up the blind callousness of the Health Secretary’s hysterical decision to make them choose between an experimental gene therapy and their job:
Last week’s High Court ruling saying ‘No’ to a judicial review to stop mandatory vaccination for health care workers originally sought by two care home workers in September was, without doubt, a setback.
But hard though it must feel to them we, and they, must not see this as the end of the battle for their rights. It is not. We must all stand with them, as many did in Parliament Square on Thursday afternoon. They are not without lawyers to represent them. As well as the firm Jackson Osborne who brought the judicial review cases cited above, there are other firms of solicitors prepared to advise on whether a worker has a claim to an employment tribunal related to any dismissal or resignation caused by an employer having a ‘no jab, no job’ policy. This specifically includes care home workers, NHS staff and other public and private sector employers.
One such is PJH Law which operates on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis.
Another avenue that care home employees, targeted by the Government for the first occupational vaccine mandate, can follow to help them fight for their rights, is to look up the one union which has dedicated to fight for the rights of the unvaccinated worker. It’s called the Workers of England, and is the only trade union defending workers against this abhorrent policy. They have already represented more than 3000 cases.
The tens of thousands of care home and NHS workers who quite rationally don’t want to risk this ineffective but now provenly harmful ‘vaccine’ could think about joining it. The union’s strategy is predominantly to use the Equality Act but it will use other legislation such as the Health & Safety at Work Act.
I am hoping that Niall McCrae, a former mental health nurse and university lecturer (and sometime TCW Defending Freedom writer) who is promoting this effort and advising individual cases, will soon have time out of the many hearings he is personally supporting (over 300 to date) to update us on their efforts.
Meanwhile here he is on video with a powerful speech he gave in Chichester recently, explaining why he is now dedicating himself to this cause, his horror at the abandonment of ethics and his abhorrence of the ‘no jab, no job’ policy, and the legal routes being pursued in defence of discriminated against workers.