Campaign update on the L4L letters to heads re child vaccination for Covid in schools.
Mainstream media commentators have been quick to publish opinion minimising the responsibility of head teachers in the vaccination for Covid-19 of children on school premises. But how reliable is this opinion? The fact is that schools must prepare a risk assessment for just about every possible scenario these days - even where a child asks … Continue reading Is Covid Vaccination on School Premises “Nothing to do with Heads”?
Lawyers for Liberty followers have requested almost five thousand emails to be sent to school heads, putting them on notice of their legal responsibilities and liabilities if they go ahead with Covid-19 vaccination on school premises. The campaign had so much success it was featured on mainstream media - including the BBC. Unfortunately, owing to … Continue reading Almost Five Thousand Emails Sent to Headteachers about Covid Vaccination in Schools
UPDATE for anyone who signed the petition Do Not Roll Out Covid-19 Passports This week, the Government gave its official response to the petition – a response which threatens yet more harm to human rights and civil liberties. On 5th July, Sajid Javid told the House of Commons that the Government has determined there is … Continue reading Government allows Organisations “discretionary choice” to require Vax Passports
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Doctors, scientists, lawyers, teachers and parents are uniting behind this legal action to prevent the roll-out of Covid-19 vaccines to under 18s. We will challenge the government’s assertion that the benefits to children outweigh the risks.
Firstly, a big thank you to everyone who wrote to their MP about this. It was evident from the points being raised that MPs had got the message about the most damaging sections of the Act. The good news is that one of those sections, Section 15 – the Social Care amendment which removed safeguards … Continue reading Coronavirus Act renewal
On Tuesday 23 March, MPs on the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee will hold an evidence session to look at the ethical and legal issues surrounding the potential use of vaccine passports. The Committee will hear from Gracie Bradley, Interim Director of human rights charity Liberty, Rt Hon David Davis MP, and Professor Jonathan … Continue reading Director of Liberty to give evidence to MPs re Vaccine Passports