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hell whistle blow report in the british medical journal claims. there were serious flaws in the testing of fire as cobit vaccine. while u. s. authorities have been reluctant to investigate them, our reports coming up an unprecedented new lo relations between france and the australia. take a further plunge after the leak of a text message from president micron about the submarine deal that was cancelled between the 2 countries. and despite hosting the you and climate summit, the u. k. the own green pledges come under scrutiny as 40 fossil fuel projects look to get the go ahead. we speak to local residents anxious, certainly for one of them to get the green light to step forward. really forward technology and everything else. the mind should go ahead. who's notice and learning
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true, it's here that prototypes that are coming in as well to assist and also educate to the kids in a very deprived area of the u. k. ah, why they live from ot, we'll do that as q moscow this wednesday afternoon. welcome to the program, kevin o' and he at full the next 30 minutes with our latest. and 1st, the british medical journals published a whistleblower report and claiming there was serious flaws in fire as cobit vaccine trials last year. the research behind the claim says she was fired the same day, she raised her consent and further, she claims the u. s. authorities refusing to investigate with mole not as he goes down of so all these revelations they have been published at the british medical journal, a very respected science paper. not some tabloid, that has a history or well is known for publishing some unverified information. and so that article it details the allegations of a whistle blow of
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a woman who used to be part used to be with a contractor with a company called vent avia. so what does this vin tarver your firm has anything to do with the pfizer and it's vaccine you might ask? so it all goes back to the 3rd phase of clinical trials on the vaccine. some might argue that it's the most important phase. so pfizer to do the these trials, it hired a number of firms and a number of contractors. and so these contractor companies, they were responsible for the, for the trials in total fighters vaccine was tested on more than $40000.00 subjects . in fact, the numbers closer to 44000 and this vin tarver firm was responsible to conducting trials on about a 1000 of people. and so this whistleblower, she claims that she has observed some negligence. some are well,
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some violations during those trials. for example, according to the allegations, participants were placed in a hallway after that receiving the job. so instead of getting proper medical attention, they were somewhere in the hallway. on top of that, she's accused batavia of a lack of timely follow up on patients who showed some severe symptoms which could be interpreted as well. side effects of the vaccine that they're using. the word or the british medical journal is using the word adverse events in relation to the symptoms to these will potential side effects also protocol deviations. we're not being reported according to the allegations. the vaccines were apparently not stored at proper temperatures, and this is crucial for 5 for the 5 the vaccine. because, well, it has to be stored a very particular temperature, a very low temperature. this is something that makes the transportation of this vaccine, particularly challenging. also are the whistleblower reported mislabeled laboratory specimens and apparently vent avia targeted those members of staff who will try to
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blow the whistle and try to bring to light. these are these discrepancies or these instances and or. 2 the whistleblower saying that she was victim over such targeting that she was fired after she tried to bring to light these allegations. so when, according to her, the company or when these allegations 1st fell on deaf ears or within the company, she assembled them. she put them together and sent them all to the da, the u. s. agency, a governmental body responsible for giving the approval for the emergency use of vaccine. and this is the response she got herbalists. within hours, jackson received an e mail from the if da, thanking her for her concerns, and notifying her that the f. d. a could not comment on any investigation that might result. a few days later, jackson received a call from an f da inspector to discuss her report, but was told that no further information could be provided. she heard nothing
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further in relation to her report. well, given what we've just heard, it could have been world seen as an optimistic sign for this whistle blower unit company. the or rather the of d a getting back to her the very same day. and obviously she comes across as a very concerned person. and on top of that, all of this happened in september last year, which is important because that's before 5, the phases vaccine got the approval of the of da so well. so the only logical assumption that could be is that the da will look into these claims, address them and well make a decision whether or not they were important are but in december, same year, the price of vaccine guard or guard the well it, it was recognized it was recommended for emergency use by the f d 8. and the of the a did not address any of the allegations have listened to the are to, apart from the article in the british medical journal. in flies as briefing documents submitted to an f d,
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a advisory committee meeting held on the 10th of december 2020, to discuss fries as application for emergency youth authorization of its cove at night in vaccine. the company made no mention of problems at the vent, obvious site, the next day the sta issued the authorization of the vaccine. well, i guess the only the only logical outtake from the story would be listened to your doctor before. well, you know, putting anything in your body. indeed, we spoke to reading, university microbiologist, doctor salmon, clark about it who's concerned the allegations could lower the public trust in the vaccine though. the problem, paul, potential problem with, with the out this article in the british medical journal, is that it will affects all, could affect public confidence in the vaccines when really should a mistake do her own. i. but it's important to, to, to acknowledge that when you know a mistake is happened, you reports it new, acknowledge it, and deal with it. this could happen with any that said,
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not just relaxing. people should remember that many, many millions of people around the world have this vaccine, and it's effective and it's safe. he has a foot note to this. i can tell you we also reached out to pfizer entire via and the f. d. a to comment on the, the allegations you just heard so far, none of them got back relations have taken a further downturn between australia and france. it comes after a personal text message discussing the french australian submarine agreement and attributed to president mclaren himself was linked to the press. france no says the whole thing was a stab in the back. but the seat was intentional. and because there was far more at stake than providing submarines because it was a common agreement on sovereignty. sealed was a transmission of highly classified debtors. the way it was ended was plainly as tab in the back while as the situation that's really gone from bad to nuclear
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france in australia. i've been pretty much at each other's throats since september after australia announced that it was pulling the plug on that deal a deal at france that described as being the deal, the sale of a century to build this fleet of submarines at now at the time france said that when astray announced that in fact when it was doing is up pursuing a new deal with the us with the u. k. and canada that it had been completely unaware of this in, at, essentially had the, the rug pulled from underneath it. even just a few days ago, president micron had suggested that the australian prime minister scott morrison had lied to him outright. i do see when, when we have recent, you have to be to have to behave in mine and consistency with. i don't think i know statements that when my questioning,
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astride is integrity and the sellers that have been placed on australia, i'm not going to call that on behalf of the strident i can deal with whatever people throughout me, but astride it has a proud record or when it comes to our defense capability, now, this is saying that people in glass houses shouldn't throw, shouldn't hurl rocks and australia is clearly fuming over those comments from president macro, which made directly to the press in english. now it's decided to come play at that game and apparently has released a text message that mack on sent to morrison just a few days before the ending of that deal was announced. now this text message suggests that president mack, on which means the elisa and the government, did actually have an inkling that there was a problem with this deal and that it could be going under. if you thought things couldn't have gotten worse. well, you would be wrong because they clearly are unraveling at
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a furious pace. at the moment that leak has seen paris pushed the red button with the french ambassador who had been briefly recalled from canberra as a result of this row. not mincing his words. seat is an unprecedented new law in terms of all to proceed and also in terms of truce and trust, you dont be able exists on personal exchanges of leaders. we're allies, but babies gesture confirmation that we were never seen as an ally font is clearly aghast about this situation. the idea that there could be a leak of messages sent from one leader of a nation to another, has completely baffled, shocked and disgusted officials here. and it looks like this issue between france
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and australia could about to be causing even bigger problems for strayer, we know that the country is due to have trade talks with the european union. they've already been postponed as a result of this route. if those talks do go ahead, i guarantee you that there will be a new rift, and that time it will be between france and brussels. promises to protect the earth's forests. ambitious goals of met 0 by 2050 and giving cash to south africa. all the help and its reliance on coal, the ruins climate summit and scotland and this week up to its pledge to save the planet with britain's prime minister burst johnston taking the lead. although that said the u. k. does not currently appear to be holding back on its own particular fossil fuel projects. case in point, a recent report revealing that around 40 plans are seeking approval at the moment in the u. k. in the next 4 years, which is approved with nearly triple the country's yearly greenhouse gas emissions
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mean time this ongoing dispute over one particular proposed new coal mine in the north west of england. and what bars johnson doesn't support it. he insists it's not his job to get involved. he said locals, they're those say they desperately need it. the mind should go ahead. it will be mined in the safest, cleanest grayness where it can possibly be done. plans are being explored for the 1st coal mine to be opened in the u. k. in 30 years here in the coastal town of white haven in northwest england. just a 140 miles north from here. the cop $26.00 summit in glasgow is in full swing. the u. k is of course, hosting that summit that critics say it sends out the completely wrong message for the hosts to be giving the green light to this coal mine. while at the same time preaching the green message to the rest of the world, the u. k. government has decided not to intervene with the plans of opening and brand new english coal mine. this really shows the true meaning of so called net 02050. these vague insufficient targets long into the future basically mean nothing
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to day, but contrary to what some make spect given phase as a potential air pollution, the locals are quite happy to have it. many of them think it could spark a much needed economic revival to step forward, really for technology and everything else is failing to produce your mining area. and i know for many, many years now it's all gone. we journey jobs, indiana is not a salon until it's here, the prototypes that are coming in as well to assist and also educate to the kids in a very deprived area of the okay. and that's what's needed to drive the future to drive education and support the kids. a local campaign is in support of the mines, say that coaching coal, which is used to manufacture steel rather than generate energy, is being unfairly maligned by green activists. this is just an older piece to the puzzle. got as green, green glee we, we are an environmental area. we understand what the problems are. well, there's no denial. if there's an issue that is a problem. we've got nuclear,
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we've got winds, we've got a high job that will be common to someplace in the future. and thankfully, if we get this my going as a will be, say him a colon call from over there. so the transport it from america, which is couldn't, we've all been served on to think that john cutty seldom is that we shouldn't open him. i went by in all the cold of him. it's a bit of political west cumbria mining. the company in charge argues that the project will be the world's 1st net 0 metallurgical coal mine in the world. ministers of argued in favor of the project from an economic perspective, as well as an environmental $12.00 is a very small, as i understand quite specialist, a form of coal that's being that would be produced there on will have negligible impact ons of the global coal usage, we need to transition our existing oil and gas sector to a d carbon ice platform. what others want to see is a complete eclipse and shutting down of oil and gas with 250000 jobs vanishing
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overnight. the u. k. government on the pressure from climate groups intervened and ordered an inquiry by a planning inspector. local mayor refutes any objections. however, saying coaching call from the mind would drive forward green energy project. he also insists that the project will revive the local economy off the curve. it, i think you've got to look at the united kingdom as a whole and we're responsible for just all the one percent of the entire world, carbon emissions on this. mine will british constable from north point one percent of that one percent. the mine will have a huge positive economic impact on the, on the area, etc. i chuckle meant investment issues. private money coming in. are you talking 160000000 pound into to what's a relatively small community that will create 500 direct jobs or with a spin off of 1500 supply chain jobs that will transform people's lives in this
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area to inquire results the jew at the end of the year, well after the climate debate has moved elsewhere, 1st, johnson said at cop $26.00 that he didn't support the opening of the mind that he would leave it to the planning come, sees to decide an indication, perhaps of his own desire to not get dragged into a row with a local community desperate for the area once again to see economic regeneration. italy all see in white haven cumbria. we spoke to environmental journalist about whether or not the british government is sticking to its pledge to drop fossil fuels. u. k. presidency of copies seriously undermined by the government's own actions in the united kingdom. government has agreed that it will not fund new fossil fuels by itself. however, the united kingdom's financial industry and the financial industry globally, will that be able to continue to invest in fossil fuels, investments by the united kingdom in global fossil fuels,
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amounts to 15 percent of global investments. and that's where the united kingdom record is really terrible. in that it's a center for global finance for fossil fuels. so this little faster for credibility of presidency. up the up, the top. 17 post the are you watching us international live from our moscow h q. this our at the moment with kevin o' instill ahead a california judge dismissal claims the big pharma companies contributed to the epidemic of prescription drug abuse in the state. tell you more when we're back. ah, hello. driven by dream shaped banks. concur some of those with
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dares sinks we dare to ask ah ah, ah ah,
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again thanks chicken without this hour. so a climate of fear not seek chilling description of life inside the u. k. national broadcast of the b. b. c. from the latest investigation by the daily mail, newspaper paper spoke to several employees, including a former senior bbc manager. they say the doing journalism is a challenge. when you have to look over your shoulder we're fighting our own culture wall in the corporation. you live with the realization that if i put a foot wrong, the mob will descend. that is a huge level of fear within the organization with people thinking that the going to be the next to get monster. when a saw off come the board causing regulate tree body, they're afraid of pot, internal stars, networks. you filled the holden to the climate of woocommerce. i'm getting the p. c . valid rights. not only a story is being changed or adapted, but sama partly even being dropped. but where does it leave the state board cast as journalism and free presses a whole?
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this is a night man will and very, very bodily for the bbc. literally there are people who think we should stop bunning words, they don't lie compelling viewpoints. they don't like. there are lots of things we hear in journalism that we don't agree with. that's the whole point, isn't it? while the baby see says it's editors have a responsibility to st. diversity of opinion. it's a slippery slope for some janice, who fear this so called mob rule if they got it wrong. take last month example where it publish an article, suggesting a handful of lesbians felt pressured into sex by some trans women. well, 20000 people signed an open letter calling on the bdc to apologize dubbing it transposed big and poorly evidenced was to be received most or was that b, b, c, misrepresenting the facts. well, the v b c journalist behind the very story apparently had to fight like hell against internal opposition to get it published. so surely they must have seen something coming, but have editorial lines to come so blurred now that the bead may ends up like the
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new york times, with some even quitting the channel for goods. stories had chosen untold in a way to satisfy the narrowest of audiences, rather than to allow a curious public to read about the world and then draw their own conclusions. my own for a sent a wrong thing, have made me the subject of constant bullying by colleagues. i disagree with my views. they have called me a nazi and a racist tennis, of course, haven't seen to be impartial, sensitive, and respectful. but when it comes to identity politics, the cultural war means whatever time they say or do they all thing, can't get it right. as they will always offend someone somewhere. who does the situation with u. k jealous bukosa the o'clock? he says the purpose of journalism, as always bring to show all sides of the story, not just the pleasing one. my job as a reporter is to basically park away to one side, my political views, my views, social hughes, whatever and report what is happening and report the story. and in that case,
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you have to make sure that both sides are given. you see both sides of it, you get your wide range of opinions when you put your film together, all your or your documentary together and i think that distinction has been lost. and that's the problem with this ultra woken us is that there are these issues where there is no consensus. a lot of the time, it's almost like it's a case now when you can't have that opinion, that's outside the parameters, things of train. britain's changed, and you shouldn't have to reflect that, that we really need to have put, you know, the, the widest possible opinions out there. and not seek to, to sort of restrict our coverage, basically only taking only taking the 13 korea medical journal of a lance publish to study revealing rushes, one showed covert. vaccine spotted lights proved to be safe and highly effective. cover not stay. donnie armstrong. support is, is about sport nicholas. now,
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that might sound familiar, and that's because it is equivalent to the 1st component of the sputnik v. n vaccine was putting the is a to dose vaccines, flaunting light will be a single go sound. it being developed to tackle the rising willed demand for license coley vaccines, especially in those countries with a deficit or of vaccines. now, there's 2 very important things to take away from this report. and the 1st is the sputnik lie as a high safety profile. and the 2nd is the adverse reactions to the vaccine are either mild or moderate around 66 percent from mild adverse reactions to the vaccine and around 5.5 percent at 4. moderate. now officially sputnik light was developed to find a vaccine that was an, an immune at a high immune genic vaccine that was also cost effective and logistically sound to produce. now it seems to take all those boxes so far and, but just for more details on the science,
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we can hear little snippet that report. the composition of sputnik light vaccine is equal to the 1st component of t dos. put nick, the vaccine for which safety and immunity were assess a number of completed and ongoing clinical trials. now. so what does all this mean? well, sputnik light can be administered as a single job job as i have a stand alone vaccine or a booster. and it's shown effectiveness in both of those roles against the delta variant. it has shown a 70 percent effectiveness against infection. and that number is a little bit higher on 75 percent effectiveness in individuals on that 65. now, when combined with all the vaccines such as the astrazeneca vaccine, it is also shown as high efficiency. but when administered as a booster shot against the delta variant is 83 percent effective against infection and a little bit high at 94 percent effective against hospital ly zation. now aside from all those figures,
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the bottom line is the sputnik light vaccine. according to this report, in the lancet and by the russian direct investment fund is the 8 can accelerate the pace of vaccination in russia. and of course, in those countries that has the have a deficits for those co wait vaccines in a victory for drug companies and california judge has ruled of, for manufacturers can't be held responsible for the states opioid crisis. he says there's no evidence the rise in prescriptions was down to misleading marketing and it's thought the ruling could set a precedent for similar cases in other states to got the thoughts of jake bradshaw . he became addicted to the pills he was prescribed. it sets a very dangerous precedent and, and more importantly it's, it's sad. this is, this is becoming a in america, very common knowledge that companies like purdue pharma, sat around a board room table and made a decision to target a blue collar areas in america. areas like southern ohio, eastern kentucky,
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west virginia, because they knew that their new powerful prescription opioid yet would ah, flourish their. the case was the 1st time a drug company is one in over $3000.00 low suits. it was filed over a crisis that claimed the lives of half a 1000000 people in the u. s. in 20 years, the previous administration declared a nationwide emergency of the number of deaths from an opiate overdose ro 6 times in the united states. in 2020 alone more than 9000000 people were victims of opioid misuse, including teenagers and adults. the majority of which would describe medicine, mostly pain relievers. jake bradshaw telling us the court ruling leaves the vulnerable with no justice. i can remember being 1718 years old and having a very minor injury and you know, being prescribed 40 milligrams of oxy cotton for injuries like that. there isn't. i don't think there is a government or
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a doctor or any medical professional who would call that reasonable. we've got millions of people whose lives have been affected by this. here we are years later knowing what we know. and we're still unable in courts to provide these families with, with some kind of justice for loved ones that they've lost or loved ones that are still struggling. it's a, it's, it's, it's a travesty. i just before i leave is a little bit a break. can use companies who know much about a military transport plane flying partly from the central russian city. it could scoots a reportedly dissipated radar screens. it's fair to have crushed. at least 2 people will believe to have been on board at the time. so playing crush in the russian city, recruits cool just out of it seems to be a military transport plane to people believe feel both that since we get more to say not much of the moment, but we'll finish with the details. but that's the way things are looking so far. you'll find more of all the stores and talked about. and i'll see they'll comb, run over social media. i'm calling from oscar the sour kevin i was sunning off for
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now for me. thanks for watching some bye for news. views. hughes in your part of the world right after the show break. oh, is your media a reflection of reality? in the world transformed? what will make you feel safer? isolation for community. are you going the right way or are you being that somewhere? i right. what is true, was his faith in the world corrupted. you need to descend a join us in the depths or remain in the
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shallows. it's been 70 years as the soviet union collapsed. mom miss couple other little chill them on to what the problem yet nuclear you talk so, so shown where you also trust them with all of them. ukraine was one of the independent states that emerged from the ruins of a super awesome good. would you also get on google greens? come on board, surely confusing some of the yeah, unless you are you sure you did better lung or lol, a surface, but it is a whole lot of the past 3 decades been like for ukraine, eye witnesses where cool the events this will be more or less so do to ship with what i knew more about it it's, i'm not sure, but i did that for months with no idea what else and what other forces were at play,
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the producer to whom you show c inch in russia in the same you put in the kid, what it would occur when you did the shows up in the most version. jordan east. take a look at ukraine. 30 years out, the gaining independence. you're going to remove your phone with us for dinner unless you mean, like unity retorted mostly will. but a will, it makes you provision opium, lush williston holding store out of a today's news be a huge one. congressman is daring to hold a public panel on an issue which is become extremely taboo to talk about the effects of the vaccine because so hush hush everyone from music artist i can the not to athletes. i carry irby are being.


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