Our Public Health petition is making an impact on H&F Council

 

 

 

 

Masts and antennae have sprung up like mushrooms after rain. Even before the more drastic 5G technology gets seriously established, readings of microwave EMF emissions are worryingly high. We have been called by residents experiencing symptoms consistent with exposure.

 

January 2020 readings, daytime (W6, W12, SW6)

February 2020 readings, by night (W6, W12, SW6) – some comparisons

Readings by Parsons Green & Lady Margaret School, SW6

Readings by Lytton Estate, West Kensington tube, North End Rd, W14

 

 

Ideally we would call for an immediate halt to 5G in LBHF, but we are dependent upon further information on the legal side. So we set up a petition for H&F Council to educate the public on the dangers of unsafe wireless technologies such as 5G, which would be a big step towards this.

 

Before the petition, correspondence with H&F Council and local MPs showed reliance on out-of-date, inadequate advice from Public Health England that such technologies are ‘safe’. It only takes into account lesser heating effects.

 

 

The petition was a big success. It soon reached the required number of signatures for H&F Council to make a formal response. Thanks to all who helped raise signatures.

 

If the Cabinet Member for Health (Cllr Ben Coleman, Fulham Broadway Ward) makes a public response, we will feature it.

 

We have written to Cllr Council offering to share our research. Research such as this (on Wi-Fi in schools) to help them meet their responsibilities to protect the public under the Health and Social Care Act. (See our links page for more information).

 

H&F people have a proud record of standing up for public health services (opposing hospital and walk-in centre closures). You can help us by asking your councillors what they’re doing re: the emerging threat of 5G and related technology.

 

 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

 

 ‘Say No To 5G’ campaign in Hammersmith and Fulham

 

hfnoto5g ‘AT’ gmail.com

 

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