The Daily Telegraph — one of the UK’s major newspapers — has run a series of news articles about problems surrounding AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine.
This has come about as a result of The Lockdown Files, which are leaked text messages from former UK health secretary Matt Hancock, coupled with evidence emerging from the UK Covid-19 Inquiry, and evidence from vaccine-injured and bereaved citizens.
The articles are paywalled, however if you have access to a library you may be able to read these articles for free via news aggregators such as PressReader.
- ‘We were told the vaccine was safe – but what happened has been life-changing’
- In the end, the AstraZeneca vaccine just wasn’t as good as its rivals
- The triumph of the AstraZeneca vaccine undercut by tragedy
- Those injured by the AstraZeneca vaccine can no longer be silenced
- Oxford AstraZeneca Covid jab was ‘defective’, claims landmark legal case
- Drunk on power, ministers lost the plot in the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine
- ‘Every day is hard’: The families battling for AstraZeneca vaccine compensation
- Families of AstraZeneca vaccine victims fight to get jab listed on death certificates
- A lesson learnt on vaccine harms
- Matt Hancock feared Covid vaccine warning systems were ‘shonky’
- The real Covid jab scandal is finally emerging
- Vaccine compensation scheme must be reformed, former ministers urge
news.com.au has also published related article, which are free to read at:
- AstraZeneca in UK High Court battle as case labels Covid-19 vaccine ‘defective’
- Australian actress Melle Stewart suffers massive stroke caused by AstraZeneca jab