Vaccines and treatments

Injunction application made to Court to pause roll out

We are instructed by AB and CD to challenge, by judicial review, the Covid-19 vaccination of healthy children.  The claim was formally issued in the Administrative Court in London on 2nd September and has been served on the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care and JCVI.  The Claimants, AB and CD, are 12 …

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Regulations published for mandatory vaccination of care home workers

The government presented draft regulations to Parliament on 22 June 2021 for care homes to require evidence from workers and others visiting care home that they have had the up to date “complete course of doses” of a coronavirus vaccination treatment. This does not appear limited to care homes with elderly residents over 65 as …

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Stop Coerced Vaccination – join our fight in Court

Fiction: Private sector employers can force workers to have a Covid vaccine. Law: They cannot do so unless the Courts accept that the interference with your right right to bodily autonomy – a fundamental right maintained through the Human Rights Act 1998 –  is justified.  And the law is that the Courts can only accept …

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“No jab, no pay” – a criminal offence

Fiction: Employers can insist on workers having a vaccine. Law: The offence of ‘battery’ is the intentional or reckless infliction of unlawful force. For a doctor, nurse or any person to administer a vaccine without the ‘informed consent’ of the recipient is to commit a criminal offence.  This is likely to be charged as ‘assault …

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