Let's Take Action
If you’ve been harmed because of lockdown or other covid measures, you may have a claim against the UK government and others for causing these harms.
You might have lost your business or your job, or been made to wear a mask even though you’re exempt. Were you prevented from seeing a loved one in their last moments of life? Or prevented from giving or receiving support, because of lockdown or tiers? Perhaps you’ve been denied service, or been bullied, abused or vilified, because of your views or your mask exemption?
We think this is wrong. We think the measures were unnecessary and sufferings could have been prevented. People are suffering tremendous anxiety, many relapsing into mental illness or a rapid deterioration in their medical conditions, because of lockdown and nonsensical rules. Some have considered taking their own lives. For some, it is already too late.The evidence proves the restrictions were wrong, and we are determined to prove that government should have acted differently.
In any legal case, you should try to help yourself as far as possible. Keep a record of everything you do to try and resolve your issues. For example, keep copies of letters you send and responses you receive. Make a note of dates and times of telephone conversations, the name and position of whom you spoke with, and what you spoke about.
Here are some suggestions of things you can do now, and should continue to do, as group litigation will be very long winded and there’s no guarantee you’ll be compensated in the end. Taking these actions, or engaging your own lawyer, won’t preclude you from being included in this case.
- Write to your local MP, your Local Authority, your GP, your child’s school
- Contact the Citizens Advice Bureau: 0800 144 8848 (England) or 03444 77 20 20 (Wales) or ONLINE
- Keep demanding the care you are entitled to
- Get a friend to advocate for you if you can
- For business losses, contact your insurer and ask if they’ll cover it under “Business Interruption”
Whatever you do, DON’T give up
If you’re really struggling, you can call a Samaritan for free, they’re available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year on 116 123.
This video from Dr Reiner Fuellmich, a barrister admitted in Germany and California, explains similar cases, which have begun with a ‘test’ defamation case in Germany. That case will seek to establish the truth about the PCR test, which the ‘pandemic’ declaration rested on, and which continues to drive national and local lockdowns and tiers.