Allison Pearson

Allison Pearson

@AllisonPearson

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Telegraph columnist, apprentice mother, words nut, author How Hard Can It Be? Follows anyone from Wales.

Cambridge, UK
Joined on April 26, 2010
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Another big fall in cases has been reported: 29,173 new cases reported today compared to 48,161 cases reported last Sunday.

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Quoted @becca_gaskell

I lost Lionel, my son's favourite teddy that I made him. Left on the 1208 from Euston to Manchester (arr 1427) on 24th July. @AvantiWestCoast could you RT and help reunite him with a sad 4yr old? I've done a lost property form but he's not been handed in 😢 https://t.co/MQBD0bk7o9

I lost Lionel, my son's favourite teddy that I made him. Left on the 1208 from Euston to Manchester (arr 1427) on 24th July.  @AvantiWestCoast could you RT and help reunite him with a sad 4yr old? I've done a lost property form but he's not been handed in 😢 https://t.co/MQBD0bk7o9

Find Lionel! @JuliaHB1 https://t.co/zYf5NoR51n

Quoted @Telegraph

Cancer care outcomes in this country are, according to most considered estimates, 10-15 years behind other advanced nations. It is a lag that has been exacerbated by the pandemic, as patients with worries and lumps have stayed away from their doctors. https://t.co/QZCBwQSfKK

Almost. Patients with “worries and lumps” have been unable to see their GP. Many, often still younger, now have Stage 4 cancer. One of the great scandals of lockdown https://t.co/E8cUTgyRAD

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Quoted @JuliaHB1

The pingdemic madness continues... https://t.co/b2gawDSNuO

The pingdemic madness continues... https://t.co/b2gawDSNuO

No other country is testing and isolating such huge numbers of citizens. Industrial scale stupidity, by a public health machine out of control. https://t.co/qDQfYagG1Y

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'Why can’t the man who once promised to eat his ID card if a UK government ever forced one upon him not see where vaccination passports will inevitably lead?' ✍️ Spectator leading article https://t.co/7o3h2xaDjA

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Quoted @PHE_uk

Today's update to the #COVID19 Dashboard is experiencing a delay. On Sunday 25 July, 29,173 new cases were reported across the UK. 46,563,452 people have now received the 1st dose of a #vaccine. 37,160,659 have received a 2nd dose. Today’s deaths data is not yet available. https://t.co/N2sVvylvT1

Today's update to the #COVID19 Dashboard is experiencing a delay. 

On Sunday 25 July, 29,173 new cases were reported across the UK.

46,563,452 people have now received the 1st dose of a #vaccine.

37,160,659 have received a 2nd dose.

Today’s deaths data is not yet available. https://t.co/N2sVvylvT1

Today's cases figure 35% lower than last Sunday's. Five consecutive days of day-on-day decline, four of week-on-week decline. https://t.co/VukIoxYx0a

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Can't believe that the Health Sec using the word "cower" and then withdrawing it has been whipped up into the top story on BBC R4 news bulletin. Really?

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Boris Johnson is now implementing an agenda he once decried and is in danger of becoming the Prime Minister he once warned against. Leading article in the new Spectator https://t.co/8C7uJsM8QC

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Sixteen months into the pandemic…. (Not a criticism of Prof Medley) Professor Graham Medley, a member of the Sage group, said arguments about the impact of some interventions could have been resolved by now if there had been more tests. https://t.co/QGJKooltyR

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The pingdemic madness continues... https://t.co/b2gawDSNuO

The pingdemic madness continues... https://t.co/b2gawDSNuO

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Quoted @EBCheshire

@AllisonPearson Friends dad tested neg. went in to have legs dressed, got water infection which was missed and made him forgetful (common) and put in a dementia ward!! Tested positive and died there. Alone. Shameful

This terrible story is all too common. How many patients got Covid in a hospital? https://t.co/knSClUqRAw

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Quoted @Peston

are compiled in this way, but no one at the top of Public Health England or the Department of Health and Social Care will authorise the change. Hello @sajidjavid

Equally, the way COVID hospital “admissions” are compiled is worrying. Often, 50% of COVID hospital “admissions”’are people who went to hospital with another problem & tested positive. This gives a v misleading picture when COVID admissions are now really low. https://t.co/wil775jnA0

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So Covid “cases” fall 42% in a week and peaked at 50k not 200k a day. Another great piece of forecasting by the overpaid, overjobbed doom mongers. For goodness sake @BorisJohnson @sajidjavid stop listening to them, dump the App & get the economy moving! https://t.co/U1vxywUcfo

So Covid “cases” fall 42% in a week and peaked at 50k not 200k a day. Another great piece of forecasting by the overpaid, overjobbed doom mongers. For goodness sake @BorisJohnson @sajidjavid stop listening to them, dump the App & get the economy moving! https://t.co/U1vxywUcfo

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Quoted @Adam_Creighton

"A year on the evidence is overwhelming that Sweden got the pandemic mostly right. Sweden’s overall mortality rate in 2020 was lower than most of Europe and its economy suffered far less. And today Sweden is freer and healthier than any other country" https://t.co/IoPCQgrfzD

Sweden also never closed schools for under-16s. Swedish youth have the high-quality immunity that getting Covid itself bestows while English youth are blackmailed to get the vaccine which gives inferior protection. As revealed by the ONS. What a mess. https://t.co/5AxHmxsuq1

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For those having a go at me, you should come experience NHS urgent care, where I work weekends. https://t.co/96YFqFTfEI

For those having a go at me, you should come experience NHS urgent care, where I work weekends. https://t.co/96YFqFTfEI

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Second time into Tesco without a mask and again around 95% of people wearing masks. Most of the male staff were maskless. I admit to having worn a mask for the past year despite not believing it it, largely though fear of confrontation - peer pressure is very powerful.

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I was informed yesterday here in Portugal if you have had a positive test in the last 6 months they will not vaccinate you. Is that the same in the UK?

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17 months of the pandemic, and we realise we need an evidence-base: ‘More trials of public health interventions against Covid needed, says government adviser.’ https://t.co/cq7MNts7r6

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1 in 20 children considered suicide in lockdown.
50 p/c ⬆️ children hospitalised with eating disorders. 
50 p/c ⬆️ kids w mental illness. 
Why do we not consider the harms of experimental lockdown measures? 
What is the long term impact? ⁦@UsforThemUK⁩ ⁦@T4Recovery⁩ https://t.co/wnsuDf3t3X

1 in 20 children considered suicide in lockdown. 50 p/c ⬆️ children hospitalised with eating disorders. 50 p/c ⬆️ kids w mental illness. Why do we not consider the harms of experimental lockdown measures? What is the long term impact? ⁦@UsforThemUK⁩ ⁦@T4Recoveryhttps://t.co/wnsuDf3t3X

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