Other British nationals made knights or dames for their part in the UK ‘vaccination’ programme include Sir Andrew Pollard, Director of the Oxford Vaccine Group that in April 2020 entered into a partnership with AstraZeneca to develop its viral-vector ‘vaccine’; Dame Sarah Gilbert, the Oxford Project Leader; Sir Adrian Hill, Sir Peter Horby and Sir Martin Landray, who were also responsible for conducting the development and trials of the Oxford ‘vaccine’; and Sir Aziz Sheikh, who was responsible for demonstrating the effectiveness of both the Oxford/AstraZeneca and BioNTech/Pfizer injections.
In addition to those directly involved in the AstraZeneca ‘vaccine’, other senior figures in the UK ‘vaccination’ programme rewarded with knighthoods include Sir Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Office of England; Sir Jonathan Van-Tam, Deputy CMO; Sir Gregor Smith, CMO of Scotland; Frank Atherton, CMO of Wales; and Sir Patrick Vallance, Chief Government Scientific Adviser. These were all senior members of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), and therefore responsibile for the tens of thousands of deaths caused by removing medical diagnosis, care and treatment for 68.8 million Britons under two years of lockdown, which has seen excess deaths in the UK not attributed to Covid-19 far above average in 2022. They also personally authorised the injection of the unlicensed, experimental and dangerous ‘vaccines’ into the British public — another, but still unacknowledged, contributing factor.
Senior female figures in the UK ‘vaccination’ programme to receive damehoods include Dame Emily Lawson, Chief Commercial Officer at NHS England who oversaw their injection of the AstraZeneca, Pfizer and Moderna ‘vaccines’ into millions of Britons; Dame Jenny Harries, the Chief Executive Officer of the sinisterly-named UK Health Security Agency, the merger of Public Health England, NHS Track and Trace and the Joint Biosecurity Centre, responsible for policing and enforcing censorship and restrictions in the UK Biosecurity State; and, finally, Dame June Raine, Chief Executive Officer of the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), who on 30 December 2020 granted temporary authorisation to the AstraZeneca/Oxford viral vector ‘vaccine’ for Covid-19, even though the clinical trials are not due to be completed until February 2023.r