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Oh o o o o o oH It's all coming down one by one.

Two delightful news today.

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Jonathan Van-Tam to leave role as deputy chief medical officer

www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-59979504

 

Mind you, he got his knighthood....

 

And Prince Andrew loses military titles and use of HRH https://davidicke.com/2022/01/13/prince-andrew-loses-military-titles-and-use-of-hrh/

 

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22 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

The Supreme Court has struck down Biden's mandate rule for private businesses but has allowed the mandate for health care workers to continue.  I'll post the full text of the judgment later when I have time.

That doesn't sound good.

 

It seems to me that the Supremes would be okay with forcing clot shots if Congress passed a law.

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5 minutes ago, SoundOfSilence said:

How have you been appointed guardian?

 

Is there a legal document?

 

No document. I presumed that because she has put me down as her next of kin that it conferred some kind of guardian status?

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10 minutes ago, JJ73 said:

 

No document. I presumed that because she has put me down as her next of kin that it conferred some kind of guardian status?

Usually at the time someone writes a will in favor of a relative they will also grant a power of attorney enabling that relative to make medical decisions.

 

But not always.

 

Obviously if you had a legal right to make her medical decisions you would be in a better position.

 

If she is still deemed mentally competent to make her own decisions that makes it more difficult too.

 

I'll have a think about it.

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4 minutes ago, SoundOfSilence said:

Usually at the time someone writes a will in favor of a relative they will also grant a power of attorney enabling that relative to make medical decisions.

 

But not always.

 

Obviously if you had a legal right to make her medical decisions you would be in a better position.

 

If she is still deemed mentally competent to make her own decisions that makes it more difficult too.

 

I'll have a think about it.

 

Thank you.

 

The problem is, is that in just the 24 hours since she has been admitted she has completely changed her views about the jabs which she has always been adamant she wouldn't have. When I spoke with her today she was talking about setting a petition up when she comes home to honour the doctors and nurses on the front line treating Covid. They have clearly got to her, in her weakened state.  She is in her own room rather than being in a ward which I also don't like.

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2 minutes ago, JJ73 said:

 

Thank you.

 

The problem is, is that in just the 24 hours since she has been admitted she has completely changed her views about the jabs which she has always been adamant she wouldn't have. When I spoke with her today she was talking about setting a petition up when she comes home to honour the doctors and nurses on the front line treating Covid. They have clearly got to her, in her weakened state.  She is in her own room rather than being in a ward which I also don't like.

 

Sorry to hear about what's happening. Who's the most senior person you've spoken to in the hospital, and Is there anyone more senior you can speak to?

 

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4 minutes ago, RobSS said:

 

Sorry to hear about what's happening. Who's the most senior person you've spoken to in the hospital, and Is there anyone more senior you can speak to?

 

 

I have spoken to the specialist doctor who is treating her.

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15 minutes ago, JJ73 said:

 

Thank you.

 

The problem is, is that in just the 24 hours since she has been admitted she has completely changed her views about the jabs which she has always been adamant she wouldn't have. When I spoke with her today she was talking about setting a petition up when she comes home to honour the doctors and nurses on the front line treating Covid. They have clearly got to her, in her weakened state.  She is in her own room rather than being in a ward which I also don't like.

Where/how did you hear that she had been given all three jabs?

 

I find that difficult to believe. Even for the NHS.

 

But stranger things have happened.

 

Do you have the funds for a lawyer?

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8 minutes ago, JJ73 said:

I haven't. I will ask to speak to someone more senior tomorrow.

 

I'm completely out of my depth here. What should I be asking please?

 

You need to know exactly what your rights are and the rights of your mother.

 

There's a website with information about NHS patients' rights, which is a start:

 

https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/health/nhs-healthcare/nhs-patients-rights/

 

It may also be worth trying to find out about the NHS Trust that the hospital belongs to. They should also have information about patient rights on their website.

 

For example, if you lived in Bristol, you'd find this:

 

https://www.nbt.nhs.uk/patients-carers/coming-hospital/rights-responsibilities

 

So find out your local NHS Trust.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

Italicized text is from the article:

 

"That is what the majority today does — impose a limit found no place in the governing statute,” the liberal justices wrote."

 

Clearly they have never heard of the Constitution.

 

Although Congress has indisputably given OSHA the power to regulate occupational dangers, it has not given that agency the power to regulate public health more broadly,” the ruling states. “Requiring the vaccination of 84 million Americans, selected simply because they work for employers with more than 100 employees, certainly falls in the latter category.”

 

Other paragraphs reflect this.

 

It seems that it would have been fine if done by Congress.

 

I didn't see any discussion of the Constitution in there.

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9 minutes ago, JJ73 said:

I haven't. I will ask to speak to someone more senior tomorrow.

 

I'm completely out of my depth here. What should I be asking please?

 

Here's a phone number you can ring:

 

Age UK Advice Line 0800 678 1602

Free to call 8am – 7pm 365 days a year

 

https://www.ageuk.org.uk/information-advice/health-wellbeing/health-services/healthcare-rights/

 

 

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4 hours ago, webtrekker said:

I have a box of syringes that I can fill with all kinds of random shit. I'll make good use of them when the time comes ...

 

 

Make it red, purple or green.

Really, at this point, I'd say it's attemped murder trying to jab you without your consent..... it's called self-defence.

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