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Could part of the explanation be that the work, itself, is making people sick? #Peston
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This is especially concerning when you consider that almost all of these pressures are on the rise. In Britain, over the last 25 years the share of people working under stress has almost doubled, and the share of people with little influence over their work has also rocketed.
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Recent Tory governments have form when it comes to lack of preparedness for pandemics. #bbcpm
Civil Servants put pandemics at the top of the National Risk Register and were key to Exercise Cygnus. The Government responded appallingly and suppressed information about their response. @BorisJohnson scrapped the key committee 6 months before Covid. telegraph.co.uk/politics/202…
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Over a million lives could have been saved if #COVID vaccines had been shared across the world. Instead, richer governments like the UK allowed big pharma companies to make billions, while denying access to lower income countries. People like Sakina & her Dad deserve justice.
I’ve just had my 4th Covid vaccine. I’m grateful for the protection but can’t shake off the pain of injustice. We lost dad to Covid last year. Despite vaccine existing, it didn’t reach my dad in Africa on time. If they had, perhaps he would still be with us. I miss him everyday.
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🚨Breaking! The Dutch court dismisses damages claims by @RWE_AG and @uniper_energy and considers the ban on coal-fired power generation by 2030 as lawful, proportionate and foreseeable. This is a major victory for a just #energytransition! 🥳 somo.nl/dutch-court-dismisse…
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Fewer than 25% of people in low-income countries have received even one dose of a COVID vaccine. @POTUS, @USTradeRep & @AmbassadorTai, please back South Africa, India, and others who are asking you to remove @WTO barriers to #EndCOVIDMonopolies 🚨 tinyurl.com/3tv26nxc
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School fee-payers might release taxpayers’ cash for state education, but do they receive a good education .. or decide what it is, maintaining a very particular oligarchy whose main educational achievement is increasing advantage, regardless of more important/varied skills? #wato
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And on top of this, we're still preventing lower income countries from making their own treatments (development of which relied on publicly funded research) in favour astronomical pharmaceutical industry profits for executives and shareholders. #TRIPSwaiver #EndCovidMonoplolies
3 years of #COVID19 pandemic were riddled with inequity. Poor countries had limited access to vaccines while rich countries hoarded them beyond need. It's time for govts to show leadership and tell @wto members to #EndCovidMonopolies
📢⏱️🗓️ 1 DECEMBER 2022: SEMINAR 'THE PRICE OF LIFE' 20 yrs: Remembering the Hazel Tau Case v GSK & BI: The ground-breaking battle for fair pricing of first line ARVs for Africa. Register: tinyurl.com/bdft26yu Hosted by: @HealthJusticeIn & @CompComSA #WorldAIDSDay2022
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Sick.
NEW: Pfizer was sued by Moderna for patent infringement in what was thought to be a battle of mRNA rivals, but an unusual group might be asked to pay for some of Pfizer's lawyers + legal fees: developing countries. citizen.org/article/letter-u…
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Apparently you can attend hospital appts with Covid now&no masks! You know places where v sick&vulnerable go, no wonder hospitals are struggling. Can the powers that be not join up the dots between Covid, flu, norovirus, Kawasaki, RSV etc!? Am I going mad?
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Two ways of describing the size of a particular ethnic group: 1) Almost 1 in 10; 2) Fewer than 1 in 10. #wato #bbcwato
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Only in China could journalists be arrested for covering protests. #wato #bbcwato
Arrests of journalists during Just Stop Oil protests on M25 not justified, review finds bbc.in/3AEoAP2
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Shameful to see #ITV promoted gambling during #Quatar2022. Exploiting their privileged position. #ITVFootball #PORURU
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5 massive food corporations have made £20bn in profits and paid out £15bn to shareholders this year. Some of them even bragged about the price rises they've squeezed from the public 👇The #CostOfLivingCrisis is a crisis of profiteering & speculation opendemocracy.net/en/food-co…
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Sick, sick anti-democratic law-change by the Cons. Please, please share this with anyone you know who ever votes Conservative. They need to know how their Government is blatantly trying to stop younger people from being able to vote, in a last ditch bid to stay in power…
Long-awaited details of the government’s voter ID scheme have now been released, including details of which IDs will be accepted at the polling station. The list contains plenty of options for older voters, but few for younger voters. electoral-reform.org.uk/vote…
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💰 The directors of a company providing asylum seeker accommodation shared dividends of almost £28 million in the past year. Meanwhile asylum seekers get £8.24 each week to buy essentials. Fair? #RefugeesWelcome
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Mark Harper still trying to blame global events for inflation, but there's no acknowledgement that the way his type of one-club, market-obsessed, Tory-style economy responds to such events is just as much to blame. #BBCLauraK See: annpettifor.substack.com/p/g…
There's so much of this kind of thing going on right now, there has to be a story here, @BBCNews.
"Monkeypox: Single dose of smallpox vaccine offers 78% protection, UKHSA reports" bmj.com/content/379/bmj.o282… There is a global shortage. hardly surprising given that only one company produce the vaccine. Not one single doses is in Africa where fatality is high @peoplesvaccine
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Add to these the history around AIDS treatments, the cholera crisis in Haiti when the only maker of cholera vaccine, Sanofi, has decided not to make it any more and so on, there's surely a pattern the BBC should be investigating. @BBCNews @BBC_WHYS
Throughout the pandemic, it hasn’t just been vaccine apartheid. It’s been therapeutics apartheid. Diagnostics apartheid. And not just for COVID - we have medical technologies apartheid for so many diseases including cancer. Radical changes of manufacturing & R&D must happen.