Tuesday 11 April 2023


'We're not antivaxxers... we have lost loved ones': Widower of BBC presenter who died from Covid-19 vaccine complications launches legal action against AstraZeneca on behalf of 75 people whose 'relatives passed away or suffered jab-related injuries'

Lisa Shaw, 44, (right) died from 'vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia' in May 2021, about a week after receiving her first Covid jab. Her husband Gareth Eve (on left with Lisa) says he has 'no alternative' but to pursue legal action against pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca. He wants to get 'some sort of acknowledgement or recognition' from the drug producer. Mr Eve claims he spent two years trying to 'engage with the Government, MPs and three prime ministers' but alleges no one has 'reached out or engaged with us at all'.Anonymous -

'We're not crackpots... we're husbands and wives who have lost somebody'

Widower of BBC presenter who died from Covid-19 vaccine complications says he has 'no alternative' but to take legal action against AstraZeneca

Lisa Shaw died of 'vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia' in May 2021

Are you joining the action against AstraZeneca? Email tips@dailymail.com and natasha.anderson@mailonline.com



BBC presenter’s widower says only option is to sue AstraZeneca after her death

Lisa Shaw, who worked for BBC Radio Newcastle, died a week after her first Covid jab in May 2021



At 11 April 2023 at 23:15 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Given that not a single MP has a PhD in biomedical research, it is hardly surprising that none of them wants to put their reputations on the line. They know the strength of the enemies lined up against those who object to mRNA vaccines and they have betrayed the country to save their careers. The whole country should take note next time they have a chance to vote.....


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