The Vaccine Damage Payment initiative, was created in 1979, to provide compensation for to people who had been injured as a result of vaccinations against certain diseases. It’s a statutory program and claimants do not need to prove negligence, in order to receive a payment.
Between 1997 and 2005, the UK government paid £3.5m, in 35 payments of £100,000 each, to patients who were left disabled by vaccinations. Wikipedia submitted a Freedom of Information request to the Department for Work and Pensions to learn more and found that: “up until May 2019 £74,690,000 has been paid out from the fund, and 941 claims have been successful.”
The UK government website was updated in December, to include vaccination against coronavirus (Covid-19) on it’s eligibility list. You may not know this, as there was little fanfare at the time. The media ignored it.
This means everything or it means nothing, but it’s certainly interesting. The UK government has indemnified the manufacturers of the coronavirus vaccines approved by the MHRA. That’s outrageous of course and I covered it extensively on the radio show. The taxpayer will ultimately be expected to cough up when and I mean when, plaintiffs start coming forward. Reports are pouring in of people who became ill or died shortly after having a Covid-19 vaccine. Dr. Vernon Coleman, over at http://www.vernoncoleman.com is diligently documenting these incidents. In fact he updates the page every Friday.