Ministers 'unprepared for swine flu second wave' political fraud
The Government appears to be unprepared for an expected second wave of swine flu in the autumn, according to a report by peers published today.
The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee said that ministers had failed to offer reassurances that NHS services could deal with the predicted surge, when several million people may become ill.
It called for clarity on how intensive and critical care departments will cope with high patient numbers. It expressed concerns about NHS staff providing services outside their usual expertise if they are transferred around the country to the areas experiencing most demand.
Of course they are they would of been on to their stock brokers long since to buy a hefty some of shares in GlaxoSmithKline. Shssss and i expect there is a large amount of members of the Lords joining the Flue bug scam. Lost money during the finacial Meltdown join us and recoperate more than your loss. The tip for the boys. In fact dear reader it could be a good tip for you however wait till the penny drops and the media really go to town. The shares fo GlaxoSmithKline will drop like a stone.
Are you panicing, well thats what you are supposed to do and each of the top of the ladder nations politicians have their own similar flue bug scams, Even some third world countries are being copy cat.
Any body want to buy Tamiflu or hey your need a flue jab or you could die. Hey the politicians really need the money and its also a cross party flue bug scam as well.
If its getting apparent on the citizen journalist grapevine its getting known in the world of journalism and i hope some are digging now to see who has shares in these questionable pharmaceutical corporations, I even bet Brown has some and Obama.
I have already publish a link to this article but its proof of the Flue bug scam that gives proof to my convictions..
A scientist who advises the Government on swine flu is a paid director of a drugs firm making hundreds of millions of pounds from the pandemic.
Professor Sir Roy Anderson sits on the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage), a 20-strong task force drawing up the action plan for the virus.
Yet he also holds a £116,000-a-year post on the board of GlaxoSmithKline, the company selling swine flu vaccines and anti-virals to the NHS.
Sir Roy faced demands to step down yesterday amid claims that the jobs were incompatible. 'This is a clear conflict of interest and should be of great concern to taxpayers and government officials alike,' said Matthew Elliott of the TaxPayers' Alliance.