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 and 16 year-old sisters. The Court has made an Order that the Claimants’ identity shall remain anonymous.
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We have applied to the Court for an urgent hearing to consider an interim order to pause any roll out of the vaccines to under 18s until the case can have a full hearing. Although the Court has shortened the normal time for the government to provide its initial response, from the usual 21 days to 14 days, the Judge initially considering the papers has for the time being refused the application for a hearing to consider pausing the roll out. The legal team has filed an urgent application to the Court to reconsider that decision.
The documents are long but worth taking time to read. They expose some of the important information not widely known or reported in the mainstream media although the start and end of the case is that vaccines remain of no benefit to healthy children but present considerable risk of known and unknown harms.
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(We are also instructed to challenge by judicial review the mandatory vaccination of carehome workers and that claim is to be issued imminently. Readers may appreciate why there have been less frequent posts to this site but hope you will continue to support us.)
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