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“All the Covid vaccines and therapeutics authorisation decisions were taken by the Licensing Minister and were not delegated”

Which rather begs the question: "On whose advice did the minister take these decisions?". Surely not without advice from its own regulators?

Given that the MHRA are supposedly responsible for regulating new medical products and that the JCVI have their own say somewhere in the mix, it probably isn't exactly clear in the minds of the public exactly where the dividing lines are/were drawn.

So it must be good to see that some clarity is (perhaps slowly) being uncovered via FOI requests to shed light on this obfuscation of accountability.

"MHRA then saw adverse event reporting starting to reveal serious safety issues in the U.K. and around the world. First, myocarditis and blood clots, in March 2021 ... "

"MHRA knew in 2020 that the risk to younger age groups from Covid was very low and after rollout it would have seen assessments of vaccine effectiveness falling month on month ... "

"Since then the Covid vaccine narrative has continued to take a pounding as more clinicians around the world speak up, the research evidence about cardiac, neurological and immunosuppression problems continues to pile up, and the 1,000 per week excess deaths have still not been explained"

"Mind you, MHRA is on a sticky wicket in any blame game. There are serious shortfalls in its own safety management ... "

Quite so. Nick Denim reports for the Daily Sceptic.