Covid: More than enough vaccines for under-30s, says Hancock
08/04/2021 | news | uk | 3,741
The health secretary says the vaccine rollout remains on track to jab all adults by the end of July.
OMG you mean the under 30s who are not at risk from this disease have nothing to fear? Cause they can also get a vaccine for a disease they won't even know they have most likely... What a waste of tax payer's money and a gross infringement on everyone's liberty this has been. And there's only going to be more attempts on your freedoms because of it. Ridiculous overhyped nonsense for a sniffle. Removed
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Please stop
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You're on the wrong site for that type of talk. Most people on here are bootlicking sheep who blindly accept the predetermined narrative, regardless of science.
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Its not a sniffle - saying daft things like this is not really helpful. I assume you don't work in hospitals or you wouldn't say this. I work frontline and this type of thing really makes me think 'whats the point?'
The safe vaccine being given to the young but the old most likely to get blood clots not. Forgive me but in many novels that has been associated with euthanasia, and harvesting of the elderly. Removed
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08/04/2021 09:38:03 0 0
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Novels! Not real life. What would you "harvest" from the elderly?
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08/04/2021 09:29:17 288 29
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There are rare side effects in all drugs, including common things like paracetamol, the contraceptive pill and statins. Most people will regularly take some sort of pill which has a similar risk profile as the AstraZeneca jab. It's just with vaccines, these tiny risks are blown out of proportion in hysteria.
Don’t fancy taking anything that has the strong potential of killing me.

Why didn’t Johnson have this tested properly?

Oh that’s right he was trying to beat the EU.

Nutter.
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Calm down.
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Better lock your doors then, don't drive and sit in a corner with a blanket on your head...
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Because he was trying to save peoples lives.
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Johnson isn't a chemist, or anything to do with the development and roll-out process of the AZ vaccine, but then those who prefer to preach politics about everything aren't bright enough to notice that elephant in the room.
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If you think seven deaths out of ~20 million AZ vaccines given in the UK represents a "strong potential of killing" you then you're really not going to like hearing about the risks associated with being in a car, walking, taking paracetamol or just being over the age of 50 in general.
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Better stay in bed all your life then, but eventually you'll die there too. You do realise that Johnson isn't a scientist and had nothing to with the vaccine other that authorising the financing? Naff all to do with beating anybody; don't be so daft.
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The risk is one in 250k people. So to test this it would need to be given to a few million people.

Simpleton.
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Now, now Billy, showing your leftie colours there.
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There are many things that may kill a person, including their own stupidity. Fine if you want to remain in lockdown sin die to protect yourself then fine.
The vaccines have been tested but with any mass vaccination there will be people with rare conditions that are not included in the trials.
Also remember that Pfizer was the first UK approved vaccine, not AZ
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Are you in favour of banning peanut butter? For some people with nut allergies it 'has the strong potential of killing' them. Yet the companies who produce it know this and make it anyway. Plenty of things have side effects, some serious to a tiny minority. Once we know what they are, we take them into account and move on, as we're doing with AstraZeneca.
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What "strong potential" you have more chance of being hit by a bus.
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....nutter indeed.....but not Bunter mate.
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It was tested properly. Drug tests generally involve 20,000 to 40,000 volunteers. The blood clot risk if its proven, currently its still being investigated, so how would you expect to detect a rare side effect that is said to affect 4 in one million people in a sample of 20k-40k?

Covid is far more likely to kill you than the vaccine. Clearly you have no knowledge of risk assessment.
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Risk is all around. You risk your life putting trousers on, because of those rare trouser-related deaths that occur every year. And the risk increases when you put socks on too. So are you going to stop wearing trousers and socks on that basis?
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You tell it like it is Comrade...??
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You must be so thick it is unbelievable.
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The chances of getting a blood clot from pregnancy, flying, the 'pill', smoking, obesity, certain types of cancer and a whole host of other aliments are far higher than the AZ jab
We're not telling women to stop taking the pill or people to stop flying are we?
What a mistake it is to compare a new novel 'DNA vaccine' to any of those conditions you've just described.

DNA vaccines such as AZ have never been approved before now for general human use.

See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNA_vaccine

and

https://www.modernatx.com/sites/default/files/RNA_Vaccines_White_Paper_Moderna_050317_v8_4.pdf
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08/04/2021 09:45:16 13 0
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AZ is not a DNA vaccine. Simple research would tell you that but you'd rather spread lies instead. Why is that?
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"DNA vaccines such as AZ have never been approved before now for general human use"

1st time for everything, doesn't mean it's bad, severe sife effects are extremely low

Ok in your opinion it's a mistake
So do tell what the incidence of getting a clot from all those other thing compared to getting one from the AZ vax?
What else can you compare to?
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In the UK the incident rate of rare clotting is a lot lower because AZ has mostly been used in older people, unlike in the EU were it was used in a younger population.

Is 1 in 90000 a risk worth taking? Particularly when there are alternative vaccines and we are expected to reach herd immunity on Mon due to the numbers now vaccinated in UK.
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"But he said the committee, which advises the government on the vaccine rollout, had decided it felt more comfortable if the under-30 age group"

Why? If it's safe and such a low risk of blood clots why change it?

I'm no anti vaxxer and will go and get mine when offered it but they don't instill confidence do they.
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But the under 30s don't need a vaccine. The virus poses no threat. The very rare side effect is actually enough for it to be reasonable to refuse the vaccine on health grounds. As per usual, the govt making a total horlicks of everything.
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08/04/2021 09:32:04 15 3
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No one knows for sure whether any of the vaccines are totally safe.

In the meantime we need to put our faith in the scientist.

We also, more worryingly, need to have faith that the politicians are telling us what the scientists are telling them.
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'Prof Andrew Pollard, director of the Oxford Vaccine Group, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme now was "not the time to waiver" and said people had to put their confidence in the system.'

I'll wager he said 'waver', not 'waiver'. Time was when one would have expected a BBC editor to know the difference but I guess a good grasp of English is no longer a prerequisite for being a journalist.
prerequisite for being a journalist. . .
Lying daily still counts.
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That's it, you just keep injecting perfectly healthy people with an experimental vaccine for a virus they can get and be oblivious to having. Well done all of you for being so utterly gullible. What happened to "flatten the curve", protect the vulnerable, Save The NHS (For the politicians who destroyed it!!)? Lies, Lies and more LIES. Removed
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Easter hols over soon. Back to kindergarten next week.
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You've got more chance getting a blood clot from a flight (0.1%), then getting a blood clot from the AZ vaccine (0.001%).
For healthy under 30s you have more chance of getting a blood clot from the AZ vaccine (0.001%) than you have from dying of covid (0%). Removed
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So you are saying that no healthy under 30 year old has ever died of Covid which we all know is patently untrue...why do you even bother posting ?!
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08/04/2021 09:50:46 52 5
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The covid death rate for under 30s is not 0%.
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But the chances of contracting long Covid if your under 30 are still significant. You seriously don’t want that.
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Pretty sure more than 0% of under 30's have died of Covid.
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Well, that's really ill informed. There is never in any circumstance for any reason a 0% chance of dying.
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Fake news - any research will tell you the risk of under 30s dying from covid is a real, greater than 0 number.
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For healthy under 30's the chance of dying from Covid is not 0%.
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Make it healthy under 50s. Which is why every Western country is banning the AZ vaccine for that population, except the UK...
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08/04/2021 10:06:29 8 2
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6 times more likely to end up in an ICU from COVID.
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Which is why there being offered a different vaccine.
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M12. Is M12 a department in the EU set up to spread misinformation? Or is it the lobbying department of Pfizer? People like you are a danger to society, spreading misinformation about a deadly disease. The AZ vaccine has done its job, put the brakes on the pandemic in the UK. Other vaccines can now take up any slack.
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I had a friend under 30 died from Covid.

We don't just vaccinate under 30's to stop them dying, it's also to stop them giving it to someone over 30, or to stop them getting serious side effects and taking up a hospital bed someone over 30 could be using.
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There's a big difference between flying with BA and flying in some old cessna...
To be fair many years ago i flew from Glasgow to Birmingham with BA. Upon walking to the plane imagine my surprise and Alarm when i seen a 100 seater turbo prop. Instinctively i quoted Billy Connolly - "Oh no, it's Buddy Holly airlines"

A wee bit too close to one of the Stewardesses and she overheard me, she wasn't impressed...
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More than enough vaccine to reduce the fertility of young women and give them blood clots. With everyone who is at risk of serious illness vaccinated, there is no reason for younger, healthy people to be made to take this vaccine. The dystopian talk of vaccine passports and enforced vaccination needs to stop, now. Removed
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Why is it that it is only the az jabs being hounded by media, is because it is cheaper and developed in uk with a declared message of sharing at much cheaper rates globally, and big pharma and us based companies jabs are not? US companies destroyed the UK concorde jet just as effectively. Just wish bbc did not report this with such ill concealed glee.
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Thank the lord we have frowny-faced Hatt Mancock to reassure us all.

But nobody mention the contract he gave to his pub landlord for Covid "phials".

A pub landlord. Riiiiiight.
Have you seen the latest polls, both national and leadership?

Sir Keir Hindisght is 10% behind in both

Come back, Comrade Corbyn!

PMSL
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The Eton boy was well behind when the EU schooled him?
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More likely to get struck by lightening than to have a side effect from A-Z vaccine.

We are all potential asymptomatic spreaders and we owe it to our fellow citizens to be vaccinated.

Nobody can understand why the high risk ethnic groups who have most to gain in protecting their communities are refusing the vaccine. Their leaders / MPs must do more.
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thanks professor - please explain how people keep catching the virus and becoming unwell from these individuals with false positives ?

Thought not ...
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Don’t fancy taking anything that has the strong potential of killing me.

Why didn’t Johnson have this tested properly?

Oh that’s right he was trying to beat the EU.

Nutter.
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Covid. Nice safe subject for the Beeb...

Say anything you like about the science, the government, the EU. It's all been said hundreds of times over.

Moderators nodding off...

The elephant in the room is whether the BBC will ever have the courage to moderate comments on two thirds of the other news stories.
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Hancock is a good chap and he's handled himself well during the pandemic!! He does rather look like someone who went to a state school and that rather lets him down!!!

A better tailor might help, and some elocution lessons!!
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Found guilty ?

Has there been a court case that I missed ?
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If every pharmaceutical was so interrogated due to side effects we'd have no pharmaceuticals. Or do we want to return to that age where even a mild infection could kill? I'm just waiting for the equivalent data to emerge from the other approved vaccines once sufficient quantities are used or is that data being politically suppressed?
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Don't be scared, lass!!
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Better lock your doors then, don't drive and sit in a corner with a blanket on your head...
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Johnson isn't a chemist, or anything to do with the development and roll-out process of the AZ vaccine, but then those who prefer to preach politics about everything aren't bright enough to notice that elephant in the room.
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Why is it that it is only the az jabs being hounded by media, is because it is cheaper and developed in uk with a declared message of sharing at much cheaper rates globally, and big pharma and us based companies jabs are not? US companies destroyed the UK concorde jet just as effectively. Just wish bbc did not report this with such ill concealed glee.
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Whilst many countries in the E.U. are entering even more lockdowns the UK
are removing them.

This news is hard to take for the die hard Remainers on here.
Thus their ever constant whinging and wishing the UK would fail.

What a selfish bunch
As you like attacking Remainers, why don't you mention the blatant lies Johnson and Co told about Brexit? The lies are there for all to see, but ignored by idiot Brexiteers. Removed
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China.
Too busy murdering Uighers. Removed
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Most of which are posted by you, lefty!!!!
A tip Awid ...only morons use the term lefty. Removed
This is excellent news and proof tat the country is benefitting from the Brexit Bounce I predicted some time ago!

Now we must concentrate not just on rolling out our vaccines but on damaging the EU's programme as much as we can!

I'd like to see disinformation spread in the EU press with alarmist reports about the Pfizer jab! Scare the populace and discourage them from getting the jab!
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Am I seeing your name wrong. Devolution, repatriation and then back to the EU old chum
This is excellent news and proof tat the country is benefitting from the Brexit Bounce I predicted some time ago!

Now we must concentrate not just on rolling out our vaccines but on damaging the EU's programme as much as we can!

I'd like to see disinformation spread in the EU press with alarmist reports about the Pfizer jab! Scare the populace and discourage them from getting the jab!
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There once was a man who wanted to free his people from the terrible clutches of the Europeans. But as soon as the public swallowed his story he decided to enslave them to fear. Removed
Blood Clots are just the tip of the iceberg, no one knows the long term effects of these vaccines. Anyone who is young and has no underlying health issues would be well advised not to take the vaccine. The vaccines do not stop people from getting Covid or being contagious, which seems to be the impression people have. Ivermectin is the way forwards. A simple safe and legit 5 day cure! Simple Removed
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I'm hoping to grow a third testicle....no signs yet.

Silly yoghurt knitter lol.
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08/04/2021 10:54:35 0 0
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did you read that on web md?
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08/04/2021 10:54:49 0 0
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Drinking bleach is not a cure for covid, lefty!!! Please stop peddling your Trumpian lunacy on this thread!!
What, drug for parasite infections? Really?

Might as well have some bleach for starters...
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08/04/2021 10:43:03 5 0
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Is there any way that another ingredient could be added to the vaccine, or a further treatment given post vaccine, that can reduce the risk of blood clotting? IDK why I am asking this on HYS, you will probably all just blame the EU/Brexiteers....
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What a shame for those that have sadly lost loved ones due to this vaccine do not have legal recourse for compensation.
They died for nothing.
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Ambulance chaser
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08/04/2021 10:56:56 0 0
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I lost my father last year due to covid...and I would never seek to score political points or accuse people of wrong doing, or seek financial compensation.

Anyone who thinks that way is scum.
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You mean like the family of one of the people who died, who were in the papers today telling people to keep taking the vaccine?

Doesn't sound like they're interested in compensation.
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08/04/2021 11:00:41 1 0
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Unless the person is still alive and suffering as a consequence, or perhaps was the bread winner of the family, then all this talk of compensation should be abolished.

Why does money make things better?
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They haven't worked out yet why said people got clots and died, doubt it's completely random/unlucky, could be genetics, maybe they all had covid in the past and that's played a part. Could be a whole load of reasons that link them, their health and the vaccine together to reach the outcome sadly.
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The only thing shameful is your comment 'they died for nothing' when the poor woman in the article still has the dignity to urge others to have the vaccine
Blood Clots are just the tip of the iceberg, no one knows the long term effects of these vaccines. Anyone who is young and has no underlying health issues would be well advised not to take the vaccine. The vaccines do not stop people from getting Covid or being contagious, which seems to be the impression people have. Ivermectin is the way forwards. A simple safe and legit 5 day cure! Simple Removed
What, drug for parasite infections? Really?

Might as well have some bleach for starters...
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What a shame for those that have sadly lost loved ones due to this vaccine do not have legal recourse for compensation.
They died for nothing.

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Talk to the Clowning Street Crooks who gave them a free pass.
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Oxford vaccine is dangerous.

Simple.
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08/04/2021 10:59:52 2 1
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Zzzzzzzz

Don't have it then, no one is forcing you princess
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08/04/2021 11:00:44 1 0
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Covid is much more dangerous.

There you go, a sense of perspective.
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08/04/2021 11:01:04 1 0
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I bet the other vaccines have had some negative side effects too that are being kept on the quiet while AZ get's all the negative press.
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08/04/2021 11:02:07 0 0
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All vaccines and medicines are dangerous. I bet you take a lot of other medication without reading up on all the risks and side effects.
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I am not anti-vax, but however tiny the risk of a blood clot, it is a risk I don't need to take, as there are other vaccines available. It is unfortunate that I have an appointment this weekend, so have had to listen to the AZ concerns mounting all week. I keep hearing the risks of Covid outweigh the risks of the vaccine, but most of the covid fatalities are in 'high risk' groups.
I am not racist but.
I am not a Brexiter but.
I am not an Anti-vaxxer but.
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And yet the UK still has the highest desth toll in Europe
Let's face it, that sad fact is that those who are prone to blood clots are the sort of people who will have some form of complication, no matter what they are given!!!

They'd probably have an adverse reaction to a cup of tea!!

Sadly, nature weeds out the defective!!
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That's a very cruel thing to say.
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Yarp!
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Are you still on here, child? Shouldn't you be revising?....
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If the vaccination program is going so well, and the real world data shows deaths are at, or about normal levels, (both true) why are we still under the heel of the Coronavirus Act?
And with the possibility of needing to show your papers to have a pint, it seems that state control is not going to be given up easily.
Mass civil disobedience may be the only way to end this creeping authoritarianism
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'3 weeks to flatten the curve'. That was the message a year ago. How much more of our freedom has to be threatened before people realise that this virus is being used as a weapon to turn this country into a full dictatorship!?!?! Removed
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Maybe read about Poland, Brazil, America, Germany, France to name a few.
Look at the current situations they are in and then realise that if it were not for the current restrictions and rapid vaccine rollout here in the UK we would be in the same position that they find themselves in now
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The BBC aren't stating that you shouldn't take the vaccine though, they have just reported what the government announced. I agreed with you up until you decided to take a random swipe at the BBC for no reason other than i'm guessing your agenda.
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AZ is not for profit until the pandemic comes to an end and then they can charge whatever they want (this is in their contract).

Oh and who gets to call the end of the pandemic in this agreement, oh that's right its astra zeneca.

If you think AZ are not going to make a profit out of this then you are mistaken
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Because there is a pandemic and taking the jab protects everyone.
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08/04/2021 11:03:12 3 1
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If after you have had the vaccine you can still get covid (without symptoms) and still infect others then why is a covid passport required?
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I have a rare neuro condition called IIH. I was given Astra early on.
For the next 3 weeks I couldn’t even lift my head from my Pillow the pain coming from my head was unbelievable. I called NHS 111 FOUR times during all of this only to be told “it’s normal”
I called 999 to be told “call 111”
No one listened
I finally saw my usual neurologist who said I had a blood clot. Disgrace!!!
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Whether you want to believe it or not, "Thomas", out there in the real world, its happening. Sorry to shatter your dream. Head in the sand isn't going to get second jabs to the people who really need them.
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The risk of dying of Covid is extremely low for most age groups as confirmed by Chris Whitty at the beginning. You would have to be insane to take the jabs if you are under 30.Why take the risk. Side effects of the jabs are 100 times greater than the official numbers on the yellow card system, whistleblowers inside the NHS confirm. Reactions to the vaccines are being logged as separate incidents. Removed
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Well genius....when the vaccine passport comes in I will enjoy watching the whining anti vaxers having to miss out.
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Covid cultists don't agree.

Even if there was a 99% chance the vaccine would kill you they'd still take it because they might be in the 1% that could be ok.

Bit like 99% of people are at no risk from the virus itself, yet look at how people are frothing at the mouth to get the vaccine. It's insanity.
WOW

The UK regime is still allowing the UK Oxford blood clot vaccine to be injected into arms of all brits, despite the soaring cases of blood clot deaths !

This is murder !!

Can't believe this

Here TV news in China intensively reported the increasing concern of the UK Oxford deadly vaccine, while celebrating Wuhan one year on since lifting lockdown

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8p2YCoCAajY
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The China Vaccine is only for Bats.
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Damn right. How many other vaccines, of any kind, have actually killed someone? Vaccines are just not meant to do that.

To even be talking about death from a vaccine is just beyond belief. This drug should be banned immediately.
Do the same Chinese media report just as intently the murder and oppression currently being perpetrated against the Uighers ?

No ?

Thought not.
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Still works better than any Chinese vaccine
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Don't care if it's our Socialist Labour Govt here in Wales, or the UK Tory Govt, if someone's done a good job in these extraordinary challenging times, happy to say so;

Hancock has done fantastic job & deserves recognition & appreciation for it, instead of the usual abuse and diatribe we get from the London Left Bubble One Party activists - who lost their rare Clot at the last election.
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WOW

The UK regime is still allowing the UK Oxford blood clot vaccine to be injected into arms of all brits, despite the soaring cases of blood clot deaths !

This is murder !!

Can't believe this

Here TV news in China intensively reported the increasing concern of the UK Oxford deadly vaccine, while celebrating Wuhan one year on since lifting lockdown

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8p2YCoCAajY
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Do the same Chinese media report just as intently the murder and oppression currently being perpetrated against the Uighers ?

No ?

Thought not.
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08/04/2021 11:36:57 1 0
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You clearly haven't paid attention to the rather detailed information released since yesterday.
08/04/2021 11:26:17 6 7
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Get your jab.
This has nothing to do with brexit.
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Wonder how many #outraged under 30's bleat on about the risks of a vaccine but are quite ready to jump on the first plane to the Mediterranean Islands even though air accidents happen?

Just think of a vaccine as a "shot" of alcohol, that'll do it and no doubt it'll sort out the "mental health" issues the distress of the vaccine has caused you.
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08/04/2021 11:31:24 6 3
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Nice generalisation of a generation with no evidence to back it up.

Thanks for your valued contribution...??
08/04/2021 11:32:54 5 0
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How come you get so outraged and upset about stuff all the time?

Under 30's aren't "bleating" - they've simply been offered an alternative vaccine by the UK drugs regulator.

Which renders the rest of your angry post completely irrelevant. Again.
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08/04/2021 11:32:37 0 4
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08/04/2021 11:25:21 4 2
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Still no mention of those caught in the middle here. In particular those individuals just over 30 who have a history of blood clots and have had their first AZ jab. Something needs to be in place before they go for their 2nd AZ Jab.
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'3 weeks to flatten the curve'. That was the message a year ago. How much more of our freedom has to be threatened before people realise that this virus is being used as a weapon to turn this country into a full dictatorship!?!?! Removed
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08/04/2021 11:26:48 7 6
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While some continue to undermine the AZ vaccine and the government, the majority with some sence will get the jab.
Sence? Is that similar to sense? Or cents? ??

Summing up your HYS title nicely...??
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Is that all you do - criticise?
08/04/2021 11:32:54 5 0
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How come you get so outraged and upset about stuff all the time?

Under 30's aren't "bleating" - they've simply been offered an alternative vaccine by the UK drugs regulator.

Which renders the rest of your angry post completely irrelevant. Again.
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08/04/2021 11:33:52 5 3
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When the travel insurance people cop on to this risk of blood clots they're going to want us to say which jab we had so they can add another 50 quid onto the premium making flying more expensive anyway. Money grabbing bloodsuckers.
08/04/2021 11:33:24 3 7
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Hancock says there's more than enough for the under 30s - but it's uncertain how many under 30's boat-people, fell-off-a-lorry, undocumenteds and Anglophile Euries are still among the legit population. Even Bojo can't answer how many children he's got.

Unfounded, soothing words are troubling to me - what's he hiding then eh?
08/04/2021 11:38:11 4 13
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Months ago I was perhaps the only person in HYS who said "I won't take the UK Oxford vaccine" since it was rushed to approve without completing the proper 3-phase trials, AGAIN, I was so right

Good luck to those who have been injected by the UK Oxford vaccine

@))
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Neil Astles, 59, a solicitor from Warrington, Cheshire, had the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine on 17 March.

His sister, Dr Alison Astles, told the BBC her brother started to have headaches and feel nauseous "a week or so later"

=Horrified !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

AND

Can't believe this with the BBC's propaganda : Blood clot victim's sister urges people to get jab

WOW

This is murder
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The under 30's will only moan and complain and be #outraged anyway, so why bother vaccinating them?

Give it to people who want it and not the morons who are forced to have it.
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08/04/2021 11:41:58 8 8
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So BBC, WHY are you running this HYS providing a platform for scaremongering... Internet Trolling at it's worst.

WHY has the AZ Vaccine Scare story still running on this website after days and days and days.
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08/04/2021 11:26:48 7 6
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While some continue to undermine the AZ vaccine and the government, the majority with some sence will get the jab.
Wonder how many #outraged under 30's bleat on about the risks of a vaccine but are quite ready to jump on the first plane to the Mediterranean Islands even though air accidents happen?

Just think of a vaccine as a "shot" of alcohol, that'll do it and no doubt it'll sort out the "mental health" issues the distress of the vaccine has caused you.
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08/04/2021 11:38:43 14 5
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My 2nd AZ jab is booked for next week. So after three or more weeks, my chances of getting Long Covid and suffering for the rest of my life are incredibly slim, unlike the anti-vaxxers and deniers who are playing their version of Russian roulette.
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08/04/2021 15:55:43 1 0
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Richard would be a better choice of name for you son.
08/04/2021 11:59:31 7 2
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Life itself is a risk! Personally the benefit of the AZ vaccine far outweighs the risks. Plus by getting this vaccine you reduce the risk of Covid to your nearest and dearest. Again this is just as important to me personally as well as my health.
Calm down mate. The virus poses zero risk to the under 30s and if your nearest and dearest have been vaccinated what is there to worry about? Removed
08/04/2021 12:15:47 0 1
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It will be announced next week that every other family needs to sacrifice one family member under the age of 30 so that Aunty Barbara and Uncle George can celebrate their golden wedding anniversary in the Bahamas.
08/04/2021 12:18:19 1 0
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Nothing in life is zero risk. Long Covid could affect the under 30s, wouldn’t fancy that. Or what if the virus mutates and then increases the risk to under 30s or mutates to get around current vaccines. Who knows, but at least I know by having the vaccine I’m doing everything I possibly can for my health but for those around me.
I'm so glad you chaps weren't around 39-45!! Bit more than a risk of a blood clot in those days!!!

You lot would have been useless!!
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08/04/2021 12:06:36 1 0
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Your posts do remind me of William Joyce
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08/04/2021 12:08:01 0 0
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Don't mention the war!!
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08/04/2021 11:26:17 6 7
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Get your jab.
This has nothing to do with brexit.
08/04/2021 11:51:36 3 2
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Chances of a blood clot 1:1,000,000
Chances of winning Lottery 1:45,000,000
And to those (mainly blokes, I'd guess) saying 'bah! less risk than the pill', I'd say getting 'accidentally pregnant' risks * up three lives, but almost none of that risk belongs with the bloke....
(cue umbrage from the "free-love" generation........{chortle})
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Amazes me how many people in that age group will take a drug given at a party by a mate or fill themselves full of processed fast food etc etc

Then scream blue murder when being asked to take a tested vaccine.....

Is it because you're being told to do it?
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08/04/2021 12:10:30 2 1
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OK boomer
08/04/2021 12:10:31 0 0
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It amazes me (and amuses me) how many people make sweeping statements based on no evidence.
08/04/2021 11:18:54 7 9
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Don't care if it's our Socialist Labour Govt here in Wales, or the UK Tory Govt, if someone's done a good job in these extraordinary challenging times, happy to say so;

Hancock has done fantastic job & deserves recognition & appreciation for it, instead of the usual abuse and diatribe we get from the London Left Bubble One Party activists - who lost their rare Clot at the last election.
The facts are simple (even for a Guardian reader!)

6000 fewer deaths, countless fewer cases of Long Covid, the NHS not overwhelmed, holidays in the sun, etc, etc.
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08/04/2021 12:13:59 1 2
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I've had long covid 1 year now and I still can't get the bloody jab until its my time I'm 48 and not happy that I'm still not right
I'm so glad you chaps weren't around 39-45!! Bit more than a risk of a blood clot in those days!!!

You lot would have been useless!!
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Younger generation are likely to party, go to demonstrations and generally not vote tory. They will not be high on the agenda for Honest Matt. Unless they have been fortunate enough to have rich parents and have been to the best schools. Therefore they will be bottom of the list for getting a vaccination. Removed
08/04/2021 12:23:15 1 0
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Absolute rubbish. 18-29 are the last group because that’s what the experts said was right. Order of vaccine is set by the JVCI not politicians.
08/04/2021 11:54:22 10 4
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After being fairly relaxed about the whole issue, the fact that this lying imbecile has piped up starts to sow the seeds of doubt...
08/04/2021 12:14:19 6 2
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"equivalent risk of taking a long-haul flight"

Yet again Hancock displays the brilliance and erudition for which he is renowned. On a long haul flight the risk of clots is mainly in the legs, not the brain. AND I can mitigate that risk by standing up for a while (by the toilets, for example) or wearing compression stockings.

Seems that every time Hancock opens his mouth he says something stupid.
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08/04/2021 12:28:00 0 0
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08/04/2021 12:11:30 14 7
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Yesterday was bad news bad for the AZ vaccine so they roll out the scientists to announce it.

Today they roll out the Hancock in damage limitation mode.

They only roll out the Bozo when it's good news and he can wave his little flag.
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08/04/2021 09:35:42 323 21
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According to reliable reports from the USA, the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are also linked with abnormally low platelet counts and thrombocytopenia from as far back as January:
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ajh.26132
https://www.medpagetoday.com/special-reports/exclusives/90917
This suggests that ALL vaccines carry a similar, miniscule risk. So why is AZ being singled out?
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08/04/2021 09:54:24 20 81
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How many ppl are staying in bed to avoid risk?
Maybe the pregnant women who took Thalidomide should have stayed in bed to avoid the risk of foetal abnormalities?
Your stupidity and moral ignorance are massive on many levels. It's a vaccine 2 very small doses of well tested adjuvants added to the active ingredient either a protein antigen or RNA. Thalidomide was a drug substance for nausea to be taken in relatively large doses daily. The testing regulations for vaccines reflect this. Removed
Youngsters filling themselves up with ecstasy , meth , and cocaine are now being told not to have az vaccine due to virtually non-existant health concerns. Unbelievable. Removed
08/04/2021 12:38:25 1 0
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OK boomer
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08/04/2021 09:47:15 45 240
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Who has lambasted AZ? Nobody as far as I am aware! As for your comment about the EU, some countries including some non EU countries have been cautious that bit earlier than the UK has been which is another example of the UK arriving at the party late!
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08/04/2021 12:32:10 10 7
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What's any of that got to do with taking the jab which could save your life and others around you
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According to the BBC news controller, apparently the UK has no under-30 males. Check out the pictures on yesterday's and today's news item on this topic on the news home page... there are 10 females (5 on each pic) and NO males. This detail is of no coincidence. If you are a male, particularly of the white variety, BBC discounts you, in their eyes and minds you rather do not exist! Removed
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08/04/2021 13:09:31 0 2
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Oh you poor little thing. What tosh you talk. Like the right wing press when school results coe through, never any boys, or at best one or two token ones, and good looking girls jumping in the air. Get over it mate
08/04/2021 12:50:06 4 5
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To have the vaccine is an altruistic act - you do it for the benefit of others as well as for yourself. Troops landing on D-Day I'm sure were considering what their survival chances were but went ahead anyway. We're all at risk now. Can we give white feathers to the jab avoiders?
Here we go! "I've risked my life, so you have to too!" The BBC moderators are busy removing any facts that show the vaccines in a negative light, and now this from you! Two-tiered society with personal choice removed is well underway. Slow clap for jad and the BBC. Removed
08/04/2021 12:59:48 3 0
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What you're asking for is for stupidity to be tolerated?
08/04/2021 13:00:44 2 0
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Your white feather is in the post
08/04/2021 12:59:01 2 0
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If they were "facts" you would have links to evidence...... but you don't.
08/04/2021 13:12:33 0 0
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twaddle lad. Bit your addy suggests you don't like the BBC. How about Johnson and Farage? Trust them do you?
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08/04/2021 10:04:03 38 5
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Actually the risk of dying from an AZ associated blood clot is said to be 0.000095%.

For info I've had my first dose of the AZ vaccine and will get the second. Any anti vexers out there want to give up their dose I'll take it!
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08/04/2021 12:49:28 3 6
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i would like to see which comments get removed , i suspect that BBC have a dog in the fight and that they attempt to reinforce the governments narrative , surely nobody will claim the BBC are impartial or objective ?
Agreed, I have had two facts removed for being "abusive or offensive', despite not being aimed at anyone, just stating facts regarding health/life insurance where vaccines are concerned. Government mouthpiece. Removed
You post
" BBC moderators are busy removing any facts that show the vaccines in a negative light, and now this from you! Two-tiered society with personal choice removed is well underway. Slow clap for jad and the BBC."
If it was even half true? But it isn't
YOU are reported for your dishonest posts mate
THEN the BBC moderators review what you've posted
Try posting honestly
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08/04/2021 12:48:09 4 2
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The European Court of human rights has confirmed it is legal to force children to be vaccinated. Measles vaccination is already compulsory in Germany and France.

Enjoy your self enforced lockdown for the next ten years.
08/04/2021 12:42:49 11 8
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I am 53 and there's no way I am having the the AZ vaccine.
I don't believe anything Boris or Matt say - you can tell they're lying when their lips are moving. Even my GP says he doesn't know what to believe as everything is heavily politicised and no one is impartial.
Will victims of the jab and their families get compensated?
According to the BBC news controller, apparently the UK has no under-30 males. Check out the pictures on yesterday's and today's news item on this topic on the news home page... there are 10 females (5 on each pic) and NO males. This detail is of no coincidence. If you are a male, particularly of the white variety, BBC discounts you, in their eyes and minds you rather do not exist! Removed
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08/04/2021 12:45:03 8 2
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Dont then, no one's making you

But Covid is much, much, much, much more likely to kill you than the AZ vaccine

And no foreign holidays for a long time
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08/04/2021 13:15:44 0 0
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To 'Sack the BBC Moderators'

The terrible BBC - Boris, Brexit, Covid.

Let's get rid of all three!
08/04/2021 12:50:05 2 1
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Don't eat meat, drink alcohol they both cause cancer. Give up flying causes blood clots, Don't drive very dangerous as is public transport and walking. Not sure who is going to get your food for you.
According to the BBC news controller, apparently the UK has no under-30 males. Check out the pictures on yesterday's and today's news item on this topic on the news home page... there are 10 females (5 on each pic) and NO males. This detail is of no coincidence. If you are a male, particularly of the white variety, BBC discounts you, in their eyes and minds you rather do not exist! Removed
08/04/2021 12:41:21 6 3
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https://www.ema.europa.eu/en/news/astrazenecas-covid-19-vaccine-ema-finds-possible-link-very-rare-cases-unusual-blood-clots-low-blood
62 one type of clot & 24 of the other, 86 total, 18 of which resulted in death
Out of 25 million vaccines administered

A combination of scare mongering from some quarters & just over reaction in others
18 out 25m isn't the slightest bit statistically significant
08/04/2021 12:47:57 5 2
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Er, vaccines enhance your immmune system, not weaken it. That's how they work. Oh, never mind...
Wrong, back to school for you! Removed
08/04/2021 12:22:17 4 4
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all these vaccines are not going to save the UK from the deadly 4 wave on its way from Europe only red listing the whole of Europe could have done that but its to late now

today 1000s will die across the world who have had the vaccine from corona virus

today in Taiwan nobody will die from corona virus RED LISTING WORKS



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08/04/2021 12:59:04 6 13
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Pro eu - anti vaxers and those anti our government, that includes the BBC, are grasping at straws.
08/04/2021 13:13:58 4 4
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apparently having Covid is risky and havinga vaccination is also risky , maybe i can decide which group of risks I can take for myself without threats , bribes and co ercion? is that really asking too much
08/04/2021 13:13:43 6 2
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You just can't make it up.

The loonies and thickos want us all the "manage the risk" and "get on with getting back to normal".

And yet, here is an actual manageable risk, and the loonies and thickos are telling us not to take the risk!

You've got more chance of being hit by lightning or winning the lottery than you have of a blood clot from the AZ vaccine.
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08/04/2021 13:20:47 0 1
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Well the family could live on water I suppose...
Help is available, you just have to accept that you need it and then ask for it - your GP can refer you. Removed
08/04/2021 13:02:20 8 4
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I've read some tosh in my time but that takes the prize.
Said someone with no knowledge whatsoever of the subject. Removed
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08/04/2021 13:19:13 1 11
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Oh the desperation in EUer posts is hilarious, from personal attacks on Boris to pro UK posters, seems most EUers feel the need to reply to pro UK post wonder why, maybe insecure, or ashamed of the politicians they voted for.

Plenty of vaccine for the under 30’s in UK, not too sure what’s going on less than 20 miles away in France
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08/04/2021 13:27:57 0 1
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Gotcha
Agreed, I have had two facts removed for being "abusive or offensive', despite not being aimed at anyone, just stating facts regarding health/life insurance where vaccines are concerned. Government mouthpiece. Removed
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" BBC moderators are busy removing any facts that show the vaccines in a negative light, and now this from you! Two-tiered society with personal choice removed is well underway. Slow clap for jad and the BBC."
If it was even half true? But it isn't
YOU are reported for your dishonest posts mate
THEN the BBC moderators review what you've posted
Try posting honestly
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Tories, what have you done?
Fix Northern Ireland, remove my comment I don’t care
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Funny how Johnson only condemns the violence in NI as soon as the Irish nationalist community are involved.

loyalists have clearly antagonised them at interface areas into retaliation and only now Johnson condemns it. Very telling.

Also telling that very few U.K. media reports are about the DUP meeting with loyalist paramilitaries in recent weeks.
Wonder what was spoke about at that meeting....?
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Ireland in flames already.

Well done 'leave'.

Well done all the conservative team.
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None reporting about DUP meeting with UVF/UDA in recent weeks though.

Quite clear who is behind the violence.

Fanning the flames as ever
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Send in the Parachute Regiment, lefty!!! They're a bunch of show ponies (not a patch on the Guards) but they were rather enthusiastic when it came to crowd control!!! Removed
08/04/2021 13:41:36 4 1
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Here's an interesting stat I researched from the government website yesterday,

"The resurgence in both hospitalisations and deaths is dominated by those that have received two doses of the vaccine, comprising around 60% and 70% of the wave respectively."

Source - Summary of further modelling of easing restrictions - Roadmap Step 2. Page10.
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08/04/2021 13:42:12 4 2
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Remember, it is.
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Tories, what have you done?
Fix Northern Ireland, remove my comment I don’t care
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Funny how Johnson only condemns the violence in NI as soon as the Irish nationalist community are involved.

loyalists have clearly antagonised them at interface areas into retaliation and only now Johnson condemns it. Very telling.

Also telling that very few U.K. media reports are about the DUP meeting with loyalist paramilitaries in recent weeks.
Wonder what was spoke about at that meeting....?
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Ireland in flames already.

Well done 'leave'.

Well done all the conservative team.
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None reporting about DUP meeting with UVF/UDA in recent weeks though.

Quite clear who is behind the violence.

Fanning the flames as ever
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greasySpoon 14:44
Ireland in flames already. Well done 'leave'.

Do you know what ? ... I really don't care ... I really don't ... the residents of Ireland lost all right to sympathy a long. long time ago ...
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08/04/2021 13:40:01 8 15
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Boris is doing a fine job, heading up UK organisation brilliant.

Trouble with EUers they visit BBC’s HYS everyday for a spanking.

UK has organised plenty enough vaccine for the under 30’s
Ireland in flames already.

Well done 'leave'.

Well done all the conservative team.
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Send in the Parachute Regiment, lefty!!! They're a bunch of show ponies (not a patch on the Guards) but they were rather enthusiastic when it came to crowd control!!! Removed
WATCH THE tory govt blame each other over the Astra zen , scuttle Johnson will have an ARCURI moment pants around his ankles again and again.
Princess Nutty will not be amused she is probably packing her bags if she's got sense, now the vaccine scandal will be a kiss and sell in tabloid world.
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08/04/2021 14:02:53 0 1
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Ok, take a deep breath and try re-writing that in English.
08/04/2021 14:03:46 0 1
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"It wuz da EUs folt !!!!!"
Yup, cannot see why tory hate-rags are allowed either.
08/04/2021 13:27:48 2 13
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Dear Young people,

Please take the MRNA vaccine which protects you from Covid-19, it only has a survival rate of only 99%. They are free and everyone else is taking them.

Once you have had the jabs you can go anywhere, you will be completely free. When you have had the jab you get a free mobile passport. We will track you afterwards - just to check you are safe and well.

Regards,
UK Gov.
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greasySpoon 14:44
Ireland in flames already. Well done 'leave'.

Do you know what ? ... I really don't care ... I really don't ... the residents of Ireland lost all right to sympathy a long. long time ago ...
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greasySpoon 14:44
Ireland in flames already. Well done 'leave'.

Do you know what ? ... I really don't care ... I really don't ... the residents of Ireland lost all right to sympathy a long. long time ago ...
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greasySpoon 14:44
Ireland in flames already. Well done 'leave'.

Do you know what ? ... I really don't care ... I really don't ... the residents of Ireland lost all right to sympathy a long. long time ago ...
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08/04/2021 13:54:18 6 0
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Anybody going to bite?

No? What a shame.
I did but the thin skinned chump reported me to the mods. I'll just return the favour to him from now on. Removed
08/04/2021 13:55:49 5 5
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Uncle John
14:45

"Johnson apologists"

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/01/13/australian-scientists-suggest-delaying-astrazeneca-vaccine.html

"Australian scientists suggest delaying AstraZeneca vaccine as infections fall"

Published January 12th 2021 .. I picked up on this ....

Seemed obvious that the sensible route was to:

(a) Control the Pandemic

Then

(b) Choose the best vaccine.
Imaging a world beating vaccination program .........

.. using the wrong vaccine ....

Only Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock could be so sloppy to choose the wrong vaccine ....

.. reminds me of Inspector Clouseau pretending to be a dentist .....

.. and pulling out the wrong tooth.
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08/04/2021 13:43:43 8 4
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... just wondered ... do the BBC possess any stock photos of under 30s that are not exclusively of the female of the species ? ... just wondered ...
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08/04/2021 14:09:24 6 15
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Johnson's done bloody well during this pandemic!! Calm, authoritative, inspiring, able to grasp complex problems and come up with far sighted and innovative solutions!!

Just compare the UK with the febrile, hysterical europeans if you want to understand just how good he is!!

He's got a first class cabinet too!!
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08/04/2021 14:21:53 11 5
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I sincerely hope that HYS is not representative of the wider public. Because if it is we have a large portion of the populace who don't understand science, don't understand numbers, believe there is a conspiracy around every corner, and take scientific facts and evidence presented to them as scaremongering.

God help us when we face another, even more dangerous pandemic.
The fact that do many people have faith in s bunch of corrupt liars sure as hell explains why they keep voting Tory.
That's why our schools are so bad. Educate them and they might stop voting against their own interests.
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Why no HYS on the rising violence in NI, as a direct result of Brexit? Removed
Look
" no mobiles in schools"
and what's johnson dressed up as today?
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Had cheese on toast for lunch! Removed
08/04/2021 14:37:20 3 5
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Very very risky indeed.

Did Matt Hancock say it was OK?

Immediate precautionary trip to casualty indicated.
08/04/2021 14:36:04 2 0
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Fascinating
08/04/2021 14:39:06 0 2
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I had a cheeseburger. Let the sheep get worried.
08/04/2021 14:44:45 1 1
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I had Heinz Meanz Beanz. as every "with it " Tory knows.........???
08/04/2021 14:25:49 7 12
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How come the BBC have not reported that the UK now has the lowest death rate in Europe ?
They kept it up for months when the UK had the highest.
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08/04/2021 14:29:22 17 5
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Wot we really need is a vaccine to stop the under thirties littering the parks.
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08/04/2021 14:30:47 11 11
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Itsokay- How come the BBC have not reported that the UK now has the lowest death rate in Europe ?

Cd it be becos that statement is not true?
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" no mobiles in schools"
and what's johnson dressed up as today?
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08/04/2021 14:46:56 2 1
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The usual.. a clowns outfit.
08/04/2021 14:29:24 2 1
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Not approved in Europe,and neither is Sinopharm vaccine.
Climb back into your box.
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08/04/2021 14:34:08 9 13
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Lowest ever death dates since last July
All vulnerable vaccinated
Herd Immunity reached, though this is the one model that Hancock and Co say it isn't correct. Oh how convenient...
Variants did absolutely nothing
Why are we still in lockdown?
Why do we not have our freedom back?

Come local elections in May, the Conservatives are going to get obliterated.
Perhaps forever, when the truth comes out
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08/04/2021 14:22:01 4 6
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"remember when johnson was praising the 'british' AZ vaccine. the first vaccine to be produced he proclaimed."

It was not the first either, I am sure the Chinese published trial results in July

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(20)31605-6/fulltext

Cue phrases such as "first in the western world" or "first one approved" - as if it only counts if we approve it.
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Well, there's a new born albino wallaby
In Yorkshire

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-56673754

Didn't anyone tell Boris that close contact with animals is getting increasingly risky?
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Why is the BBC not reporting on the return to violence in NI because of the madness that is Brexit John Major and Tony Blair warned leavers what the consequences of a leave vote would be to NI the Good Friday Agreement and peace for 20 years
Johnson and co did not care and went ahead with a deal that has a border in the Irish sea
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OwO
08/04/2021 15:00:05 1 2
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They are. To know this, you'd have to look at the articles instead of just clicking on whatever comment buttons that pop up.
People need to message the BBC asking why they ignored Arcuri proving Johnson is a liar and should be investigated. Its because Bojo has his man at the Beeb making sure all the proof is not printed Removed
Why is the BBC not reporting on the return to violence in NI because of the madness that is Brexit John Major and Tony Blair warned leavers what the consequences of a leave vote would be to NI the Good Friday Agreement and peace for 20 years
Johnson and co did not care and went ahead with a deal that has a border in the Irish sea
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People need to message the BBC asking why they ignored Arcuri proving Johnson is a liar and should be investigated. Its because Bojo has his man at the Beeb making sure all the proof is not printed Removed
This is all in people's minds!! I don't get clots because I don't let the idea form in my head!!

People who are of a nervous disposition and easily panicked by scare stories are more susceptible to this type of misfortune!!

People just need to get a grip!!
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08/04/2021 15:09:28 2 0
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What utter tripe
Why no HYS on the rising violence in NI being a direct result of Brexit? Removed
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Why no HYS on the rising violence in NI being a direct result of Brexit? Removed
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08/04/2021 15:13:28 0 3
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Knock some sense into them. ??
Any vaccine for under 30s has to be completely safe.
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Why no HYS on rising violence in NI being a direct result of Brexit?
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08/04/2021 15:18:17 1 0
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Nobody cares. The sun rises in the east and the people of NI throw firebombs at each other, twas ever thus.
08/04/2021 15:18:43 1 0
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What is the death rate from sectarian violence in NI ?
08/04/2021 15:27:42 0 0
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Ireland is a headache for Boris.

And it's no longer safe to take a aspirin.
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Why no HYS on rising violence in NI being a direct result of Brexit?
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CaptainDitherandDelay 16:02
Why no HYS on the rising violence in NI being a direct result of Brexit ?

No Brexit till a few years ago and I seem to remember a host of much, much, much worse problems before that ... any explanation ? ...
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08/04/2021 15:25:06 1 0
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How long have you got?
08/04/2021 15:26:57 4 0
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^ If anyone is in need of an example of wilful ignorance
08/04/2021 15:25:51 1 1
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Before 1998: constant atrocities, murders and tragedy

1988: GFA signed, relative peace, children growing up safely

2020: Death Johnson, for his own purposes, agrees with the DUP to undermine the GFA

2021: atrocities, murders and tragedy recommence as direct result. DUP and Death Johnson laugh
08/04/2021 14:30:15 1 1
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Ah "hindsight" - chapter and verse from the Tory apologists' playbook. Maybe if you spent less time trying to defend incompetents and law-breakers and did some research you'd see there were 10 years of warnings about the deliberate underfunding of the NHS, the lack of pandemic planning, Bozo's blatant ignoring of the rules and calls for the airports to close WHILE IT WAS HAPPENING.
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Why no HYS on the rising violence in NI being a direct result of Brexit ?

No Brexit till a few years ago and I seem to remember a host of much, much, much worse problems before that ... any explanation ? ...
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08/04/2021 15:25:55 7 12
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I just don’t know how these Corbyn worshippers on here can live with themselves.

They knew at the along exactly how to deal with the pandemic but didn’t tell the government. It must be tough knowing how many lives you could have saved if you had told us at the time. I’m surprised they can sleep at night.
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#Bertie.."Brazil reported over 4000 deaths in 24 hours yesterday"...Yes,I know that,the figures I'm quoting are historical,i.e since the start of the pandemic and those figures state that the UK has a higher death rate than Brazil.
Brazil may well overtake the UK given the current situation out there,but the figures at present show they have a lower death rate.
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08/04/2021 15:38:09 2 2
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So the fact it medical system is collapsing all is well in Brazil ?
08/04/2021 15:45:25 0 0
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Yes, we know that Boris made a complete hash of lockdown. And Track and Trace. But things have changed. The historical rate is not very revealing today!

More interesting, what is Brazil's death rate for last week? And the UK's?

Surely the vaccination programme means the current UK death rate is well below that of Brazil.
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Ann
08/04/2021 15:49:02 6 1
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That is what I have been saying. This story is a distraction from the serious situation in NI.
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08/04/2021 15:39:57 9 6
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Next time you read yet another claim from forelock-tugging, knee-dwelling Tory fans about how wonderful their posh Establishment heroes Johnson/Hancock etc are, reflect on the fact that the UK is an island & had 2 weeks watching the horrors in Lombardy, yet we've ended up with 127k dead fellow citizens, the deepest recession & £2.2tn debt.

The only thing they did right was acquire vaccines.
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08/04/2021 15:46:27 2 6
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Has Doris and Hancock taken the vaccine yet? I don't think either of them have so far
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08/04/2021 16:00:10 0 1
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The downvotes!!

Don't tell me people actually do believe that Johnson had covid last year?

My god, we're in much deeper trouble than I thought...
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16:47

"Doris has had AZ"

... and CV19 ... Johnson obviously forgot it is somewhat pointless having a vaccine after having contracted the disease the vaccine is supposed to protect against ... and forgot about the Silver bullet anti-body tests Hancock promised last April ...

... a legacy from shaking hands with everyone after being told not to ...

.. hard work for Johnson obviously.
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08/04/2021 15:55:02 2 0
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08/04/2021 15:57:14 1 0
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not pointless at all, a vaccination will still provide a boost in immunity even in someone who has previously recovered from infection
08/04/2021 15:59:56 1 1
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Pointless ... are you an immunologist Fishy ... if so tell us all how long immunity lasts once a person has had Covid.

Medical advice as opposed to Fishy advice is to be vaccinate even if you have had Covid 19 ...
Covid deaths in England and Wales down 92% since peak - The EU are dropping like flys because of there lack of intelligence.

B2B WW champs and we still have our grandparents!
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08/04/2021 15:59:25 1 0
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Is this meant to be funny?

Well, it's not.
Rossifumi
16:47

"Doris has had AZ"

... and CV19 ... Johnson obviously forgot it is somewhat pointless having a vaccine after having contracted the disease the vaccine is supposed to protect against ... and forgot about the Silver bullet anti-body tests Hancock promised last April ...

... a legacy from shaking hands with everyone after being told not to ...

.. hard work for Johnson obviously.
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Roverview
16:52

"Not at all funny."

The quote:

"Neil Astles, 59, a solicitor from Warrington, Cheshire, started to have headaches and feel nauseous about a week after receiving the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine on 17 March."

Is quite pathetic actually .... that was my hidden point.

Another disappointing "remainer" comment.

Not a good day for you.
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08/04/2021 16:02:36 1 1
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I see Fishy likes to make jokes about the death ...

Your full quote included '..... towards the end of the tax year ... one suspects.

A new low for you Fishy ... very very low point
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08/04/2021 15:55:12 1 2
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They want to push for vaccine passports so that their control over the population is complete.
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More than enough vaccines says Handjob

His local publican in on the deal?
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08/04/2021 15:42:57 1 1
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Excellent news
Have the government finally admitted that covid is a sham? No? So where is this excellent news you speak of? Removed
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More than enough vaccines says Minister

His local publican in on the deal?
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LEO
08/04/2021 16:10:22 1 0
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Hope so ............................. happy days.
whowrotethis
17:05

"Where is your research"

I asked a question .... research is used to try and address the question asked.

"you are acting less and less like a scientist as each day goes by."

Scientists ask questions.

Non-scientists would appear to not understand that.

Passed anymore medical exams in 5th gear recently?

ROFL

:)
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Do you not understand that there have been thousands of deaths related to the vaccines, but you shall never here about them from the mainstream media? Removed
08/04/2021 16:19:02 2 3
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tell us where you heard about these thousands of deaths? was it Facebook?
Amy
08/04/2021 16:36:26 0 0
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first hand knowledge? You the grave digger by any chance?
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Can we have a referendum please on what we'd all like to do with the UK Plc loss making subsidiary Northern Ireland Ltd? Removed
LEO
08/04/2021 16:30:06 2 0
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Simple - Boris says help EU we can't police this stupid Border.

EU can't put up a North / South Border.

so

to protect the Single market ............... the EU puts up a Sea Border between Mainland EU and R of I.

Invite Leyen to the Talks ................... she can sit on the Sofa - she is used to that lol
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08/04/2021 16:32:15 0 1
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i am over 50 will i get any jab i want ?
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08/04/2021 16:14:15 5 1
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When did it become hip and trendy to be an antivaxxer?
It's never been "hip and trendy" to question things. It's just common sense

Maybe you should try it and stop being so ignorant
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08/04/2021 16:35:28 1 8
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Rossifumi
17:24

"3. No, it would not have been better to wait, leaving people unvaccinated even if it's for a better vaccine"

Really?

How many people does a vaccine save with UK in harsh lockdown aka January 4th to March 8th ...

... shall we guess at those that break lockdown rules in the main?

Australia took to control pandemic then CHOOSE which vaccine they wanted.

Works for me.

:)
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08/04/2021 16:33:42 2 6
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England also seems to be racing ahead of the Wales and Scotland in the vaccine rollout!!

Embarrassing for the Scotch who are trailing well behind England!!
08/04/2021 16:36:47 2 3
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WATCH THE tory govt blame each other over the Astra zen , scuttle Johnson will have an ARCURI moment
Princess Nutty will not be amused she is probably packing her bags if she's got sense, now the vaccine scandal will be a kiss and sell in tabloid world.
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08/04/2021 16:49:41 10 3
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Why no HYS on Camerons crafty,shifty shinnanigins to gain millions with his sneaky lobbying?
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08/04/2021 17:19:20 6 17
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These pages filled with totally disgusting comments are a testament to the Brexiteers, and why they wanted out of the dictatorial eu.

The whole world owe a huge debt of gratitude to those involved in engineering, testing and manufacturing the British AZ vaccine, distributed at cost with NO profiteering, but what do we see here at the centre of British broadcasting?

A bunch of bigoted UK haters.
Vaccines have nothing to do with Brexit. However Northern Ireland is currently experiencing the Brexit Dividend. Destroying 25 years of peace. Well done Brexiters. ?? Removed
Well, the riots in NI have more to do with loyalist drug smugglers than with Brexit per se.

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sunday-life/news/udas-gary-fisher-spooked-by-police-drones-halts-all-cocaine-importation-40268843.html
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08/04/2021 17:35:18 2 2
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The younger ones have been itching for a fight, due to lockdown, just like the protesters in Bristol.

You say Brexit but what about Sin Fein blatantly having a large funeral without any CV 19 compliance? Simple provocation and for a reaction.

They are just looking for an excuse to riot, as they always have been. Last night it was both sides against the police, just for the fun of it.
08/04/2021 17:09:35 4 0
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Ah yes you are Awld Devil posting on an assumed name , I wondered why every post seemed to have lefty in it
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Vaccines have nothing to do with Brexit. However Northern Ireland is currently experiencing the Brexit Dividend. Destroying 25 years of peace. Well done Brexiters. ?? Removed
Well, the riots in NI have more to do with loyalist drug smugglers than with Brexit per se.

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sunday-life/news/udas-gary-fisher-spooked-by-police-drones-halts-all-cocaine-importation-40268843.html
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Vaccines have nothing to do with Brexit. However Northern Ireland is currently experiencing the Brexit Dividend. Destroying 25 years of peace. Well done Brexiters. ?? Removed
08/04/2021 17:08:28 10 7
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If anyone doesn't want to have the vaccine, then fine. They will get zero sympathy from me if they contract Covid. Unfortunately these selfish XXXXX's will spread it all over the place in the process
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08/04/2021 16:36:32 0 1
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If it stops covid
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08/04/2021 16:11:36 3 7
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nobody should have it, period! it's poison.
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08/04/2021 17:48:44 2 7
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Obviously it’s easy to say that a chance of a blood clot is very small until you or someone in your family happen to become a statistic...
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08/04/2021 17:48:18 5 12
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Gov has bowed down to the self entitled under 30s moaner generation.

Just Make vaccine law and you get what your given

????????????????
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08/04/2021 16:58:48 4 0
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Stay Calm and Take the Vaccines.
That ridiculous non-newsworthy headline "Khloe Kardashian: Pressure and ridicule over image 'too much to bear'", well, you reap what you sow.
Most people have a lot more reality-based things to worry about, like Covid-19, vaccines, health, finances, etc.
This is also interesting. Not about Covid, but about vaccination in general:

"The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has backed the Czech Republic in its requirement for mandatory pre-school vaccinations....

...In a landmark ruling, the court found that while the Czech policy interfered with the right to a private life, there was a need to protect public health."
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08/04/2021 18:20:07 1 0
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+1. Yup. That is a big deal judgement.
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"Not about Covid, but about vaccination in general"

Good analysis: straight to the point. Well done

The ruling is about childhood vaccinations

Smallpox, measles, mumps, rubella and especially meningitis

All proven extremely safe and extremely effective for many decades

The ruling has nothing to do with the current unconscionable in vitro covid vaccine experiment

It sets no precedent for that
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08/04/2021 19:33:37 0 0
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Healthy people need to be vaccinated to protect those who can't have the vaccine for health reasons.
This is also interesting. Not about Covid, but about vaccination in general:

"The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has backed the Czech Republic in its requirement for mandatory pre-school vaccinations....

...In a landmark ruling, the court found that while the Czech policy interfered with the right to a private life, there was a need to protect public health."
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08/04/2021 18:23:49 0 1
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Children need some vaccines. Just not necessarily this one.
This is also interesting. Not about Covid, but about vaccination in general:

"The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has backed the Czech Republic in its requirement for mandatory pre-school vaccinations....

...In a landmark ruling, the court found that while the Czech policy interfered with the right to a private life, there was a need to protect public health."
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Amy
08/04/2021 18:20:07 1 0
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+1. Yup. That is a big deal judgement.
It proves that, in law, Public Health outweighs personal rights. Therefore things like vaccine passports are perfectly legal, and discrimination at work against unvaccinated people is also legal. It's a huge deal. Removed
08/04/2021 18:39:10 2 0
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Yes, but in our society the good of the many always is contentious. Hence the erosion of majority rights to service minority rights.
This is also interesting. Not about Covid, but about vaccination in general:

"The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has backed the Czech Republic in its requirement for mandatory pre-school vaccinations....

...In a landmark ruling, the court found that while the Czech policy interfered with the right to a private life, there was a need to protect public health."
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The point is we don't expect medical interventions to kill us, even if there are risks once you are older and infirm from blood clots. One does not excuse the other, even if you compare them.
08/04/2021 17:44:57 5 10
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more than enough vaccine for under 30's
turns out Patel's hairdresser has a multi million pound govt contract to make it in the back of the salon of an evening
saves calling JCB and dyson i guess
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The remoaners have been waiting for some bad news about the UK. Obviously they won't admit it but deep down they know I'm right. Removed
08/04/2021 18:55:42 3 2
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NI?
08/04/2021 18:55:22 3 2
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I will say it on behalf of remoan. You are right sir!
Forget these Remoaners ............... No one in their right mind (not even Scotland) wants to join the EU.

So these Remoaners probably have Recidencia with their Holiday Homes within the EU.

Brexit was for the people living in the UK ..... not these people that live in other peoples Countries with a UK Passport.
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08/04/2021 18:59:55 0 0
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Wing.?
08/04/2021 19:02:43 1 2
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Every decent person alive wants this racist nasty vicious ignorant dangerous filth hole destroyed, including those of us unlucky enough to be trapped in it

We will be destroyed with it, willingly
08/04/2021 19:55:13 0 0
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You sound like a typical brexiteer, why do you have to be unpleasant, you won the referendum you got what you wanted, damaged small businesses, and the shellfish trade, while taking away our freedom, you should be happy.
This is also interesting. Not about Covid, but about vaccination in general:

"The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has backed the Czech Republic in its requirement for mandatory pre-school vaccinations....

...In a landmark ruling, the court found that while the Czech policy interfered with the right to a private life, there was a need to protect public health."
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"Not about Covid, but about vaccination in general"

Good analysis: straight to the point. Well done

The ruling is about childhood vaccinations

Smallpox, measles, mumps, rubella and especially meningitis

All proven extremely safe and extremely effective for many decades

The ruling has nothing to do with the current unconscionable in vitro covid vaccine experiment

It sets no precedent for that
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The remoaners have been waiting for some bad news about the UK. Obviously they won't admit it but deep down they know I'm right. Removed
Forget these Remoaners ............... No one in their right mind (not even Scotland) wants to join the EU.

So these Remoaners probably have Recidencia with their Holiday Homes within the EU.

Brexit was for the people living in the UK ..... not these people that live in other peoples Countries with a UK Passport.
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08/04/2021 19:01:32 1 0
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08/04/2021 18:41:55 4 4
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Close friend had a stroke 12 hours after getting first AstraZeneca. I suspect this and others are not included in the statistics.
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08/04/2021 09:47:15 45 240
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Who has lambasted AZ? Nobody as far as I am aware! As for your comment about the EU, some countries including some non EU countries have been cautious that bit earlier than the UK has been which is another example of the UK arriving at the party late!
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Every decent person alive wants this racist nasty vicious ignorant dangerous filth hole destroyed, including those of us unlucky enough to be trapped in it

We will be destroyed with it, willingly
A bit melodramatic and disproportionately intense, no? Wouldn't you be satisfied if, say, all the Brexit supporters died of septicaemic plague or something? Removed
Anyone seen Cwtsh lately? Haven't seen the Hugster for several days now... Removed
No, he's definitely gone off the radar. Perhaps AZ has got him?
The tory habit of sending their children off to boarding schools to be controlled by strangers has created a conveyor belt of damaged,twisted,entitled delusionary tory adults,who weirdly do the very same thing with their children.

Parental love is more important than Latin verbs,
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Ah, Bozo here! Now, phwaarrr and ad unum omnes also piffle, waffle and drivel slogans and platitudes and something in Latin, Bring It On err, Send It Packing, Uhmm Turn The Tide, Operation Whack-A-Mole, Done By Easter. Removed
Hancock and Boris says vaccines esp AZ are safe - I'm not sure if that reassures people or not.

I think the 3 main Brexit protagonists need to go to NI and sort out the mess that they are responsible for creating. Can you imagine BJ, Farage, Mogg on the front line trying to keep the peace? Then if they survive, they need to visit all the fishing ports and apologise to the fishermen.
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Who can in turn apologise to the fish.
The tory habit of sending their children off to boarding schools to be controlled by strangers has created a conveyor belt of damaged,twisted,entitled delusionary tory adults,who weirdly do the very same thing with their children.

Parental love is more important than Latin verbs,
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Ah, Bozo here! Now, phwaarrr and ad unum omnes also piffle, waffle and drivel slogans and platitudes and something in Latin, Bring It On err, Send It Packing, Uhmm Turn The Tide, Operation Whack-A-Mole, Done By Easter. Removed
Jacob Reece Mogg put seats on his bog

His nanny said nice green plastic

But the wannabee lord said dont be absurb

Twill be oak with no sign of the mastic
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Trust us would we lie to you. Love honest Boris Priti Dave Matt Govey and the gang you know it makes sense. Removed
08/04/2021 19:56:25 3 1
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Get Britain done?
Why don't they publish the real death rate post vaccination? There will be a lot more deaths than headline blood clots.

Weekly deaths for UK population is in the order of 10K - there must be at least 5K dying each week who have had the vaccine.

They could even compare rates between 90% who have had vaccine to the 10% who have not.
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08/04/2021 19:57:40 3 1
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90% vaccination rate, which are country are you talking about?
Amy
08/04/2021 19:43:10 2 0
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No the Russian one's tend to be quite a bit more clever.
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08/04/2021 19:35:08 0 1
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You judge by spelling and grammar.
More fool you.
Dislexic hasn't stopped me.
At 47 I can afford to stop work for a year and not bat an eyelid
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Why no HYS on sleekit tory Cameron.........weaseling about trying to get public money for his paymasters.
Grovelling for business with the cruel Saudie fellow.

ALL done on the hush hush............Shameful
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No HYS because it is dominated by haters and indoor socialists like you who cannot tolerate a balanced debate Removed
Why no HYS on sleekit tory Cameron.........weaseling about trying to get public money for his paymasters.
Grovelling for business with the cruel Saudie fellow.

ALL done on the hush hush............Shameful
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What a jolly scene........There was Cameron sitting cross legged in the tyrannt MBS,s tent,obviously deep in discussion about human rights.

Aye........that will be right.
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08/04/2021 20:24:03 2 1
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And this is relevant to kids being vaccinated because.....,?
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08/04/2021 20:17:29 10 9
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I see you can not raise any concerns about the vaccination program or the competency of the Government. Both my recent comments have been removed.
Totalitarian Torys are in control of the BBC - you have been warned.
Will this comment get taken off soon?
The moderators only respond to reports sent in by other posters.

If you think they are mistaken, then you can appeal.
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08/04/2021 20:30:04 3 0
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Thanks for the advice.
What a jolly scene........There was Cameron sitting cross legged in the tyrannt MBS,s tent,obviously deep in discussion about human rights.

Aye........that will be right.
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08/04/2021 20:39:36 3 1
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LOL.............love it.......100% true too
Closet tory Nick Robinson and tory panderer Laura Kuensberg dont seem to want a HYS on Cameron of Arabia Removed
08/04/2021 20:20:21 4 11
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No, totalitarian left wingers from private education and woke principles are behind the bbc and don’t like narratives that contradict their own
Like you with no topic and no idea. Removed
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All the brexiter AstraZeneca, Oxford vaccine British nationalists

Where have they gone?
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09/04/2021 05:56:30 3 4
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To stockpile some bent blue aspirin, made in the EU?
09/04/2021 06:16:25 4 1
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The Pfizer jab also has blood clotting issues. Had the AZ vaccine been developed within the EU you would have been frothing at the gills as well.

Perhaps you need to move on and accept brexit has happened.
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09/04/2021 07:31:06 2 1
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How many would have developed blood clots anyway in the course of a year?
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Your pub passport young man? Your venue passport young lady? Your passport to shop sir? Not got one yet?

Just step up here for one of our experimental trial jabs and we'll let you know later if you are in danger from all the side effects.

Meanwhile had better con-gratulate ourselves for making you wait 3 months for your second go at being the guinea pig for our experimental vaccines.
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Would you consider the infection rates hospital admittance rates and death rates in the UK pre vaccines or does that not fit your rationale
09/04/2021 07:53:56 2 0
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The alternative is lockdown and restriction on international travel....unless you give the selfish answer....
09/04/2021 07:31:06 2 1
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How many would have developed blood clots anyway in the course of a year?
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Why no HYS on dodgy lobbying for cash

Why no HYS on the rising violence in NI being direct result of Brexit
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Why no HYS on Labour being clobbered in Hartlepool !!

Result of BREXIT ??
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09/04/2021 08:09:52 0 0
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Because it's not
Why no HYS on dodgy lobbying for cash

Why no HYS on the rising violence in NI being direct result of Brexit
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Why no HYS on Labour being clobbered in Hartlepool !!

Result of BREXIT ??
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Why no HYS on Labour being clobbered in Hartlepool !!

Result of BREXIT ??
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It's as much to do with the topic as your stupid points ! Removed
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Im surprised the Labour party are not ahead with all the hoo hah at the moment , not just the pandemic
Never underestimate the British ( English ) electorates capacity to put up with anything
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09/04/2021 08:45:36 1 1
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Labour have discarded their own base

Lifelong supporters and members like me will not vote for Starmer

He has made it clear we are not wanted in his party

He does not want to win

Labour councillors or MPs may have unhelpful ideas like “socialism” that could interfere with the poodle service he provides to the tories

He despises the poor and cares only for his own career and enrichment
Why no hys on how bad the EU vaccination program is.

Why no hys on why the UK vaccination program is far better than the EU
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JBd
09/04/2021 08:24:45 6 5
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We're slowing down and they're speeding up.
09/04/2021 08:25:04 2 3
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That’s a HYS better saved for the “experts” in Wetherspoons, don’t you think
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Why no hys on how bad the EU vaccination program is.

Why no hys on why the UK vaccination program is far better than the EU
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Ah so's in (pink)silk stole my parachute. I won't won't won't go without it Beverley. I want it. I want it now and that is right now, right here and now and, bend my dear. You'll not feel a thing. At first any way. Oooohhh....... lovely. Removed
09/04/2021 08:44:37 4 3
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Just watching “news”

“We have to be careful of vaccine resistant variants”

No. All variants of concern so far. None of them are resistant to vaccines in tests so far.

Please read the science.

There is not currently a vaccine resistant variant.

If we stay locked down because “there might be one in future” then we lockdown forever.

We have to live.
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Just watching “news”

“We have to be careful of vaccine resistant variants”

No. All variants of concern so far. None of them are resistant to vaccines in tests so far.

Please read the science.

There is not currently a vaccine resistant variant.

If we stay locked down because “there might be one in future” then we lockdown forever.

We have to live.
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Ian
09/04/2021 09:19:29 2 1
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Your comments sometimes reached the limits of stupidity.
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09/04/2021 09:29:35 4 1
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'On principle'? Sounds more like what a 4 year old would do, my friend.
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09/04/2021 09:50:20 3 4
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Shameful that the BBC is still promoting this HYS and encouraging the trolls with their misinformation and ignorance about vaccines.

If people like this knew anything about how drugs are developed and marketed, their risk profiles etc, they would not even take paracetamol.

MEDIA SCAREMONGERING
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