The following article was written by Lucy Johnston and was published by The Daily Express on April 25, 2021.
Johnston reports on an open letter released by top UK scientists demanding that the government “lift all restrictions in June, on the final date in Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s ‘roadmap’ out of lockdown”. The scientists also say that vaccine passports, along with mass community testing, should be scrapped. Instead, they say that “the government should focus on targeted testing, creating better incentives for staying home if ill and basic hygiene measures”.
The letter was originally written by Robert Dingwall, a professor of sociology at Nottingham Trent University, Prof. Carl Henegan, director of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine at Oxford University, and Prof. Anthony Brookes, geneticist and health data scientist at the University of Leicester.
A full copy of the letter has been published by the Daily Express.
Editor’s Note: We call on our local experts to be courageous and to speak up for your fellow citizens. Your colleagues from other countries have already spoken up. If you are unsure about why they are saying what they are saying, please let us know on this website so that we can provide you with references to review.
If you have been to social media, then you will know that even the normal citizen can see the patterns we have been seeing and presenting on this website. If you are honorable and a true critical thinker, then you will at look at the evidences before you make your decision. Our freedoms are being taken away from us, at the pretext of a health emergency, which, based on data, is not a real emergency [see PSA data on deaths shows government either manipulating us or covering up their mistake]. Let us remember these words from Edmund Burke, “All that is necessary for evil to succeed is that good men do nothing”. Your silence is deafening, and even more frightening than the news on COVID deaths and increasing cases.
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