Almost 50,000 in the UK have died, claim Office for National Statistics (ONS)

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) released figures this morning show that according to their data, 49,646 in the UK have died in the UK, well above the data released by the Government in terms of daily deaths.

This puts the UK second in terms of overall deaths in the World, just behind the U.S.A, which has about 100,000 deaths – though many question China’s real statistics in terms of the death toll, but even if China did have higher deaths, being the 3rd rather than the 2nd worst affected is still really, really bad – the UK still has Europe’s highest death toll.

The ONS have also curiously pointed out that there are 62,000 more deaths this year than other years (in terms of a five-year average) – which means there are about 12,000 unexplained extra deaths.

This is bad – in March, the UK’s chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance, said keeping deaths below 20,000 would be a “good outcome”.

This was updated in April, as the government’s worst-case scenario was reported to be 50,000 deaths.

The UK is easing the lockdown – certain shops will re-open, schools will also re-open for Primary school kids.

It seems it’s profit before people – the Tories are yet again willing to risk lives to save the economy.

We’d also like to remind readers Dominic Cummings hasn’t been fired or hasn’t stepped down – let’s ensure to remember that.

A Second Wave is becoming more and more likely, as history seems to love repeating itself – read about our article from the 19th April predicting this very situation by clicking here: “The Second Wave was DEADLIER in the 1918 Pandemic – history could repeat itself“.

Share this article far and wide. Stay home, stay safe, and keep your distance with others.

Franglish Politics

Like our articles? Like our page and follow us on Facebook! Do share this article so others may enjoy it too:

Support the campaign for Universal Basic Income by liking the Facebook page, you can do this by clicking here:

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s