There has been an “astonishing rise” in the number of people in the UK diagnosed with a heart rhythm conditionFri 12:36 pm +01:00, 19 May 2023 1
A question rarely if ever asked by the legacy media or the cowardly vermin posing as political leaders.
Is the “cure” worse than the disease ?
Those rare political leaders that do rock the boat are hounded out of a system rotten to the core
Fri, May 19, 2023
There has been an “astonishing rise” in the number of people in the UK diagnosed with a heart rhythm condition that puts them at increased risk of a stroke, the British Heart Foundation’s medical director has said.
The number of people diagnosed with atrial fibrillation – a condition which causes an irregular heartbeat – has now passed 1.5 million for the first time, figures show. It has increased from one million in 2013.
The new total means that one in 45 people in the UK are known to be living with the condition. Someone with atrial fibrillation is five times more likely to have a potentially fatal or life-changing stroke, the BHF said.
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Atrial fibrillation is the most common form of abnormal heart rhythm and is believed to contribute to one in five strokes.
The BHF said better recognition and diagnosis of the condition is likely to be the key factor behind the rise in the number of people known to have atrial fibrillation. But it is estimated that there are at least another 270,000 people in the UK who remain undiagnosed and unaware.
Standing Up To Be Counted: Andrew Bridgen MP speaks to UK Column about Covid–19 policy and vaccine concerns
Andrew Bridgen has been the dedicated and productive Member of Parliament for North West Leicestershire since 2010, following a successful career in business. He has helped thousands of constituents and run many high-profile campaigns over the past decade, ensuring his constituents have a strong voice in Westminster. Prior to politics, he attended local state schools and Nottingham University. He also trained as an officer in the Royal Marines.
In most people’s expectation, Andrew Bridgen’s professional background and highly capable performance as a Member of Parliament would surely have set him up to progress both to a ministerial position and within the Conservative Party. Yet this was not to be. Why? Because Andrew Bridgen had the courage to stand up in parliament and express his concerns over Covid–19 policy and vaccines.
He recently secured two Adjournment Debates (13 December 2022 and 17 March 2023) on the issue. He found himself initially speaking to just a handful of MPs on both occasions; even their paltry numbers were to be further depleted as some were actively encouraged to leave the chamber, unprecedentedly being whipped across party lines in front of the cameras.
What, then, was Andrew Bridgen’s reward for having the courage to stand up and speak out about Covid–19 policy and vaccine safety? A rapid withdrawal of the Conservative whip and widespread personal vilification in the UK’s mainstream press and media. He now sits as an Independent.
But what did Andrew Bridgen say to deserve this cancelling, and just what does he really believe regarding public health safety around Covid–19 and vaccines that makes him anathema to the political and media power base? UK Column is delighted to give Andrew Bridgen MP the freedom to speak his mind. Join us.
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