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RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Forget Oxford jabs-You should ban Lemsip!

Finally good news. My second jab has successfully negotiated a lane closure for the M4 automatic speed camera and the M25 sari section.

If the Dartford tunnel is working properly and there is no emergency road construction at the M11 interchange, you should arrive north. London Next friday.

After a long time, I can see the checkered flag via Reading’s pharmacy and Raynes Park’s clinic.

It is probably only a matter of time before the infection spreads to the elderly, as AstraZeneca jabs are already considered unsuitable for children under the age of 30. The next thing you know is that no one will want an Oxford vaccine. There is no logic in this.In fact, you should ban Lemsip

It is probably only a matter of time before the infection spreads to the elderly, as AstraZeneca jabs are already considered unsuitable for children under the age of 30. The next thing you know is that no one will want an Oxford vaccine. There is no logic in this.In fact, you should ban Lemsip

OK, it’s the same “killer” Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine that scared me in the first round, but I’m ready to seize the opportunity.

In fact, at the beginning of the next Friday morning, you’ll notice I’m hitting a surgical door like Fred Flintstone. The sleeves are ready and rolled up.

Fortunately, I’m so old that I don’t have to worry about jabs can cause fatal blood clots.

But even if I’m in the “endangered” age group under 30 or in the “cohort”, I think I’ll bite a bullet when balanced.

Despite the government’s lily-filled determination to keep us all as long as possible, mass vaccination is the only way to escape the nightmares of the last 13 months.

Nevertheless, the voice of a normal siren is trying to stiffen us. Their latest worst-case scenario has not been proven between the Oxford vaccine and a very rare condition known as CVST that can cause blood clots in the brain when combined with what is called thrombocytopenia. Exaggerate the link.

No, me too. I thought Thrombocyto-penia was a movie starring Phil Daniels, Leslie Ash, and Sting. Forgive me for ringing the flipant. But the clinical science behind all this has turned my head.

And, as the email reported yesterday, the jury is still on the alleged link. There were 4 cases and 1 death for every 1 million vaccines given. The World Health Organization states that the link is “plausible” but “unconfirmed.” Still, most people are more likely to be killed in a car accident.

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So why grab it and trigger yet another wave of panic? Yes, thrombocytopenia is a recognized blood disorder that can cause clotting. Alternative jabs are offered to those under the age of 30 who are most at risk. This is probably only wise under that circumstance.

But inevitably, the hysterical and notorious avalanche, especially on television, scares others and rejects the AZ vaccine. The ministers and their tame “experts” are busy trying to convince us that jabs are safe.

But given that they have fueled the flames of horror and delusions over the past year, there will be many nervous Nelly’s who do not want to trust them.

It is probably only a matter of time before the infection spreads to the elderly, as AstraZeneca jabs are already considered unsuitable for children under the age of 30.

The next thing you know is that no one will want an Oxford vaccine. There is no logic in this.

In fact, it’s better to ban Lemsip.

Now, before I think I’m completely numb, let me refer to the email I received this week from email reader Findlay McClymont in Sunninghill, Berkshire.

After reading about the potentially fatal side effects of AstraZeneca jab, he decided to inspect the contents of his medicine rack. Everything you buy from a chemist these days comes with a thick leaflet detailing the correct dosage and safety information. No one reads it.

But more and more the United Kingdom is becoming like the United States, with a catalog of horrifying warnings designed to prevent proceedings, from aspirin to hemorrhoid cream.

The first products Findlay checked out were the Lemsip Max Cold and Flu Blackcurrant boxes.

So, along with the usual warnings explaining that remship can cause headaches, vomiting, elevated blood pressure, increased heart rate, insomnia, skin allergies, etc., he may also include side effects such as: I found that I have sex:

‘Blood disorders such as thrombocytopenia (decrease in platelets makes bruising and bleeding more likely). .. .. “

Therefore, Lemsip, a widely used over-the-counter cough and cold remedy, carries at least one of the risks of Oxford Covid Jab.

Curiously, I don’t remember Sky News and the BBC spending a lot of air time on the dangers of Lemsip. It would be unfair to pick out Lemsip, which most of us consider completely harmless.

Many well-known treatments, such as statins, ibruprofen, and penicillin, can cause thrombocytopenia. If you pay attention to all the small print, you will never take the medicine. Everything in life involves some risk. Like Oxford jabs, sometimes profits far outweigh the dangers.

For example, consider a cure for erectile dysfunction. A few years ago, a friend of mine, then in his late 60s, was terribly disappointed when his GP refused to prescribe Viagra. “It’s for yourself,” the doctor told him. “You have dangerously high blood pressure and a dicky heart. Are you reading the side effects?”

“Of course, I want to try it. I’ve always imagined a four-hour erection.”

The legacy of left-wing Unite the Union boss Len McCluskey is £ 98 million in white in Birmingham, except that it has plagued the Labor Party for generations by supporting OJ Corbyn and Momentum. It is an elephant.

The spectacular new hotel and conference complex was initially planned to cost just £ 7 million to members of the UK’s largest union. Questions are now being asked about how brilliantly the final bill went out of control. The main contract was awarded to a construction company owned by Paul Flanagan, a friend of Red Len and a fellow Scouser. A company run by David Anderson, the son of former Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson, was responsible for health and safety.

The legacy of left-wing Unite the Union boss Len McCluskey is £ 98 million in white in Birmingham, except that it has plagued the Labor Party for generations by supporting OJ Corbyn and Momentum. It is an elephant.

The legacy of left-wing Unite the Union boss Len McCluskey is £ 98 million in white in Birmingham, except that it has plagued the Labor Party for generations by supporting OJ Corbyn and Momentum. It is an elephant.

Flanagan and Andersons were subsequently arrested on suspicion of bribes related to the construction project, but they denied it. There are no indications of illegality related to the Birmingham scheme or McCluskey. Unite describes Redren’s folly as a “world-class facility.”

But it seems so far a terrible shortage of business, and losses are reportedly undertaken by the union for the next two years.

So it’s strange that Lenny didn’t take full advantage of it, even though he blew off the thick end of 100 mils there. This year’s annual meeting of his union is being written for Liverpool. And the Unite Executive Council in June will be held at the luxurious Metropole Hotel in Brighton, not at Brum.

Still, why should Lenny care? He will retire soon. Maybe he likes to have a farewell party by the beach. Or maybe he’s a big fan of quadrophenia (see elsewhere) and plans to drive the once proud union off the cliff and make a fuss.

Oh my!Burma

A few weeks ago, we wondered why we had to call some foreign countries and cities by their unique names, but we were confused.

For example, today it is expected to call Burma Myanmar, which sounds like a low-cost carrier.

why?

No one calls Germany, Germany, Spain, Espana or Paris Parry.

This week, the Burmese / Myanmar ambassador was puzzled by being locked out of his embassy in Mayfair.

“This is London, not Burma,” he told reporters.

If Burma is enough for the Burmese ambassador, it should be enough for our other people.

NHS patients in Nottingham are prescribed paddleboarding sessions to improve their health.

The UK may have £ 400 trillion in debt, but you can always rely on the public sector to come up with new, imaginative ways to waste money. A taxpayer-funded alliance, including the Arts Council and Natural England, has raised £ 50,000 of GP to spend on outdoor activities such as canoeing and paddleboarding on the Nottingham and Beeston Canals.

Isn’t it strange to go up a stream without a paddle?

Celebrating Mad Women The annual Here We Go Looby Loo Awards in this column may look a bit like misogyny in these enlightened times.

So it’s probably time to balance in a special category dedicated to the madman.

This week I received a barking crazy email that most brilliantly opposes comparing Wee Bernie standing on the box with the late Hollywood star Alan Ladd.

This week I received a barking crazy email that most brilliantly opposes comparing Wee Bernie standing on the box with the late Hollywood star Alan Ladd.

This week I compare Wee Bernie, who stands on the box, to the late Hollywood star Alan Ladd, who adopted a similar approach to prevent his co-stars from rising above him. I received a crazy email that barked against me in the best words. He just signed Davie, so I don’t know the full name of the correspondent. But given everything else that’s happening in the world, it takes a special kind of madness to get angry at the story of a long-dead, vertically challenged actor.

Davie is worthy of all his own awards. But what do you call it? know . .. ..

Here we go to Scooby Doo!

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Forget Oxford jabs-You should ban Lemsip!

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