Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
| Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency |
|Parent organization||Department of Health and Social Care|
|Leader||Chief Executive for the MHRA|
|Sponsored by||Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation|
|British government regulator of pharmaceuticals.|
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency or MHRA is the UK medical licensing and regulatory agency. Its tasks include operating an approval system for drugs before they are launched on the market and monitoring drugs that have already been approved on the market. It is also responsible for the risk monitoring of medical devices. It has increased in prominence during COVID from March 2020.
The agency receives significant funding from Big Pharma, via the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in a major conflict of interest. The Foundation, a tax-dodging device, holds major shares in COVID-19 jab developers Pfizer and BioNTech.
The agency stated that the current level of grant funding that they receive from the foundation is roughly $3 million, which they say is spread across several projects and three to four financial years.
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|June Raine||Chief Executive||20 September 2019||Changed its purpose "from watchdog, to enabler."|
|Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation||Very influential and rich foundation established to take leadership of global health.|
|Document:Why are government experts holding off vaccinating under-16s in the UK?||Article||6 August 2021||Deepti Gurdasani||Pro COVID-19/Vaccine propaganda from an epidemiologist with ties to Big Pharma. The JCVI does not recommend jabs for under-16s and the approval process has slowed down. The rushed vaccination process is not rushed enough apparently.|