BMJ slams Gov policy as UK Medicines regulator braces for Covid vaccine “threat to patient life”

The British Medical Journal, one of the oldest and most respected medical periodicals has published a highly critical article titled, Covid-19: politicisation, ‘corruption,’ and suppression of science.

The executive editor of the heavyweight publication, Kamran Abbasi, has argued in the journal’s latest edition that Covid-19 had “unleashed state corruption on a grand scale”, and that politicians and industry are guilty of “opportunistic embezzlement”. Abbasi also remarks on the ‘significant risks’ posed by the delay in publishing the PHE findings on the low accuracy of covid tests. An article which appeared on the BMJ online on 12th November, titled, Covid-19: Government buried negative data on its favoured antibody test states: “The UK government delayed the findings of a Public Health England (PHE) study that questions the accuracy of a leading covid antibody test just as it was about to announce that it had spent £75m (€84.3m; $99.4m) on buying one million of the tests.”

Abbasi finishes with a dramatic statement: “Politicisation of science was enthusiastically deployed by some of history’s worst autocrats and dictators… When good science is suppressed, people die.”

Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency’s (MHRA) plea for vaccine tracking software

Whilst the highly respected journal fired its surprising editorial broadside, a tender document from the MHRA was discovered online, revealing that the UK government medicines regulator is highly alarmed and expecting a direct threat to patient life and public health from the much-hyped covid-19 vaccine’. MHRA urgently requires AI software to manage the anticipated flood of vaccine ‘adverse events’.

This shocking admission is included in the contract award document for a new AI system, submitted by the MHRA, needed to process the wave of covid-19 vaccine adverse events that it explains are a “direct threat to patient life”. The vaccine adverse effect reports are expected to be so many they will overwhelm the MHRA’s outdated ‘legacy’ systems.

Found on Tenders Electronic Daily, this contract award notice is dated 20th October, 2020 and is summed up as follows:

“The MHRA urgently seeks an Artificial Intelligence (AI) software tool to process the expected high volume of Covid-19 vaccine Adverse Drug Reaction (ADRs) and ensure that no details from the ADRs’ reaction text are missed.”

Further down in the tender document it says “…if the MHRA does not implement the AI tool, it will be unable to process these ADRs effectively. This will hinder its ability to rapidly identify any potential safety issues with the Covid-19 vaccine and represents a direct threat to patient life and public health”.

One has to wonder what exactly those adverse reactions are which may represent a direct threat to patient life and public health – and why the public are not informed.

By Elle Fox – Senior Editor, ANP


As well as being ANP’s Senior Editor, Elle Fox is a CNM Naturopathy and Iridology graduate and has over 30 years’ experience in complementary health, lecturing and education.  A practising naturopath, author and researcher, Elle specialises in gastrointestinal and behavioural health.