Hilary Jones

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(doctor, Big pharma/Lobbyist, propagandist)
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Hilary Jones on ITV's Good Morning Britain
BornHilary Robert Jones
19 June 1953
London, England
British TV doctor. Works on ITV as one of the biggest promoters of the ON on Covid-19 in Great Britain.

Dr. Hilary Jones has been a TV doctor since 1989. During 2020 and 2021, he has appeared on ITV on a near-daily basis giving "expert medical opinion" and has been an enthusiastic advocate of the official narrative around COVID-19.

His net wealth has increased throughout COVID. In 2020, the Daily Express reported that he is worth between £800,000 and £4million.[1] He has business interests in the private care sector; particularly residential hospice system in which he has officially opened numerous new facilities.[2][3][4]

In January 2022, Ofcom gave ITV a warning over the following "false remarks" he made to Lorraine Kelly on 6 December 2021.[5]

“Those people who haven’t been vaccinated, we’d really love you to think again and be vaccinated because 90% of people in hospital are unvaccinated right now with Covid.”
Hilary Jones (6 December 2021)  [6]


In October 2020, Hilary Jones got into a heated debate with Isabel Oakeshott on COVID-19 and lockdowns.
Two examples of ITV fearporn on COVID.

He is the resident doctor on ITV, he has worked there since 1993. He has practised part-time as an NHS general practitioner.

In 2019, he became an advisor at MedTate, which has links to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.[7]

During COVID, he has promoted mask mandates, vaccine mandates and lockdowns.

He was made an MBE in 2020. He is a patron of a number of large UK charities.


He supports vaccine mandates.[8] He says that unvaccinated NHS staff put patients at risk.[9] Opposes the Great Barrington declaration. Public health restrictions on hugging family members are necessary.[10]