As the unexplained numbers of excess deaths keeps rising in Northern Ireland, one MLA has worked hard to try and get the Department of Health to begin an investigation into what’s causing these deaths. At every turn the DoH have frustrated Paul Frew’s efforts and, as you’ll see in this report, even sought to play down the number of deaths whilst also attempting to pass the responsibility to the Department of Finance knowing they weren’t responsible for investigating such issues but it the DOH themselves that were responsible.
NI CMO Michael McBride is scolded by the General Medical Council (GMC) in the UK for his comments on the BBC.
The Northern Ireland Executive, under direction from its Chief Medical Officer Michael McBride, decided to amend the face mask legislation requiring that anyone claiming exemption from wearing a mask must prove their exemption or they must be refused entrance to…
Michael McBride, challenges people who he deems should be wearing masks and who aren’t. His words have caused deep hurt and pain for victims of rape and those struggling with hidden-disabilities.
Northern Ireland CMO Michael McBride has delivered a very dangerous message via the BBC. In what is a clear attempt to incite aggression by members of the public on those not wearing masks, he says that he challenges non-mask wearers who he deems should be wearing them. This has led to an outcry from victims of abuse, trauma survivors and those with hidden disabilities.
We’re told that a higher Covid vaccination rate would mean less pressure on the health service. Would that really be the case? Or should the finger of blame be pointed away from the unvaccinated, and instead towards the policy makers?
Northern Ireland Chief Medical Officer, Michael McBride, yesterday was quoted in several newspapers as claiming that 10,000 first doses of the COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in the week “since” mandatory Digital Health IDs were announced on the 17th November…
So in an Executive that repeatedly pledged to follow the science, Mr Swann was choosing which bits of science to share. Conor Spackman – BBC Newsnight Robin Swann would never win an award for his people skills or for being…
Northern Ireland’s Chief Medical Officer has consistently advised the Executive to close gyms and health services whilst off-licences and fast shop shops remain opened. This has aggravated local gyms and fitness facilities and in this article I interview the owner of a large NI gym and give him a voice.
Northern Ireland’s Chief Medical Advisor, Dr Michael McBride, has continuously advised the Executive to restrict, and at times close, health facilities. His claim is that closing them ‘may’ reduce the spread of COVID-19. I sent him an email outlaying my concerns on his theory and requesting the data said theory is built upon.