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EE switch on 5G in Glas­gow and Hamilton

AND here’s what else you need to know:

This tech­nol­ogy poses a cred­i­ble risk to both pub­lic health and ecol­ogy. No pre-mar­ket health and safety test­ing has been pub­lished.

No-one seems to have se­cure pub­lic li­a­bil­ity in­sur­ance (no-one will cover the risk). Find out more from the Ra­di­a­tion Re­search Trust and EHTrust. Stay safe. Speak out. Dig­i­tal Dis­con­nect

THERE have been grow­ing con­cerns about 5G. Per­son­ally, I’ve not seen any­thing tan­gi­ble.

I can re­mem­ber back in the days late 90s some scare sto­ries go­ing round about get­ting can­cer from phone tow­ers and even mo­biles them­selves.

Never hap­pened to me and we had a big phone tower in the wa­ter tower in our street. Robert Irvine

HEALTH board boss blames pre­de­ces­sors as an­other child dies at QEUH.

ANAS Sar­war is once again treat­ing the NHS and the QEUH as a po­lit­i­cal foot­ball – shame on you.

Danny Woods

MR Sar­war re­vealed re­ports last week that showed con­cerns with the wa­ter sup­ply as far back as 2015 and that doc­tors raised con­cerns about in­fec­tion months be­fore Milly died.

Are you sug­gest­ing that op­po­si­tion par­ties ig­nore re­ports about con­cerns over deadly hos­pi­tal wa­ter sup­plies?

If that’s what you are do­ing when chil­dren are dy­ing – shame on you.

The job of any op­pos­tion party is to raise con­cerns when they arise, not ig­nore them.

The real tragedy is that those con­cerns were ever re­ported in the first place. Peo­ple have lost their lives. That’s not a po­lit­i­cal foot­ball.

Frank Jones

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