Thursday, April 11, 2024

X Pledges $300K to Pay Legal Fees for Canadian Doctor Who Bucked COVID Vaccination Mandates; Covid Support Scheme Fraud has Cost The British Taxpayer Over £10bn, and other C-Virus related stories

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X pledges $300K to pay legal fees for Canadian doctor who bucked COVID vaccination mandates:
A Canadian doctor with a fast-approaching deadline to pay a $300,000 court judgment in a legal battle over lockdowns and vaccine mandates, received some help from the social media platform X, which offered to cover the cost.
Dr. Kulvinder Kaur Gill is a physician in Ontario, Canada who specializes in pediatrics and immunology. In the summer of 2020, she spoke out against the harms of lockdowns and vaccination mandates during the pandemic, using social media.
As a result, Gill became the target of a smear campaign, according to a crowdfunding page seeking assistance for the doctor, and the public was encouraged to file complaints about her.
Gill attempted to clear her name through legal proceedings against the people responsible for the campaign, but she lost and was ordered to pay $1.2 million in October 2022.
She appealed the decision and was ordered to pay about $300,000 late last month, which is due tomorrow.
Gill could not be reached immediately by Fox News Digital for comment on the matter. --->READ MORE HERE
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Covid support scheme fraud has cost taxpayer over £10bn:
The British taxpayer has lost more than £10 billion on Covid support schemes as a result of fraud and error, figures released by the Government show.
Labour accused ministers of attempting to “bury bad news” about public sector fraud losses totalling more than £50 billion by publishing the figures in a mass data dump.
Last month, the Public Sector Fraud Authority (PSFA) released a report on the “cross-Government fraud landscape”. According to the report, the total level of fraud and error in Covid support schemes amounted to an estimated £10.3 billion.
Outside Covid schemes, the PSFA estimated that total fraud and error in 2021-22 came to between £39.8 billion and £58.5 billion.
The revelations follow criticism of the Government’s commitment to tackling fraud. In 2022, Lord Agnew, the then anti-fraud minister, resigned during a Lords debate in which he accused the Treasury of having “no knowledge of, or little interest in, the consequences of fraud” and making “schoolboy errors” in relation to Covid loans.
Labour questioned the Government’s decision to quietly release the report on the final Thursday before Parliament’s Easter recess as one of more than 120 “transparency” documents. The data dump has been described as “take out the trash day” amid claims that it is used by ministers to try to conceal bad news. --->READ MORE HERE
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