On Sunday, March 21 the BCC reported that: “People may need to wear face coverings and socially distance for several years until we return to normality, a leading epidemiologist has predicted.

Mary Ramsay, the head of immunisation at Public Health England, said basic measures could be in place until other countries successfully roll out jabs. She also said a return of big spectator events required careful monitoring and clear instructions about staying safe.”

This is a classic example of a person in a responsible position abusing her position to promote vested interests which continue unabated to benefit from ‘favoured’ contracts granted without proper scrutiny in ‘exceptional’ conditions that allow them to make a disgusting profit out of procuring, manufacturing and supplying PPE to a totally captive market at the perennial expense of the humble and defenceless tax payer.

It is also a classic example of the BBC collaborating to promote those same interests at the expense of the public’s peace of mind without even lifting a finger to challenge the messenger.

Provided the UK protects its borders effectively, which it singularly failed to do in a timely fashion early last year, what other countries do or do not do should have no adverse impact on the UK and should not prevent the earliest possible return to normality.

Unfortunately it seems that even a former Conservative prime minister can’t keep his hands clean, if Mr Cameron’s reported behaviour in today’s Sunday Times regarding his financial interest in the failed Greensill finance firm is anything to go by.

It is time to round up all the scientific, clinical, academic and other ‘data oriented’ prophets of doom and investigate their true motives for inflicting and perpetuating so much unnecessary AI-generated misery on the general public when in reality coronavirus is only potentially lethal for those with underlying serious health conditions and the apparent total number of deaths associated with the virus in the UK has been hugely inflated by the medical profession’s unilateral practice of attributing deaths to the virus when it is only suspected rather than actually proven.     

I think it is high time the Prime Minister was confronted with this appalling practice of misleading the public for profit through the vested interests of those people and institutions who are supposed to be trustworthy and would urge the rank and file members of the electorate in every constituency across the country to take up the matter with their respective MPs and demand that they raise it with him in the House during PM’s questions at the earliest opportunity.

Kalvin Haley