Together is celebrating its first anniversary this Thursday, September 1st at an event in central London. The theme is how we can work together to address the massive challenges caused by the disastrous Covid restrictions and lockdowns and how we can stop them happening again. Here’s what the organisers say:
We are excited to invite you all to our 1st Anniversary Event.
So much has happened in one year, but the fight goes on.
We will be looking at the challenges ahead, the cost of the lockdown crisis, the NHS crisis and more.
We have a fantastic panel of speakers and the opportunity for audience questions.
Together was set up in August 2021 to unite people from all walks of life to push back against the rapidly growing infringements on our rights and freedoms. Together delivered a petition signed by over 350,000 people to 10 Downing Street, which contributed to the ending of vaccine mandates and vaccine passports in the U.K. On Thursday September 1st, at Church House, Westminster, we will be meeting Together in person, to review the year’s campaigns, as well as to look ahead. It has now become clear that the Government’s lockdown policy was a disaster.
It’s now time for us to work together to face the unprecedented challenges emerging in the aftermath of the disastrous Covid restrictions and lockdowns.
Lockdowns may be over, for now, but the shocking impact is something many across the UK are only now starting to realise.
• Small-to-medium sized businesses face bankruptcy in the coming months as we continue to count the cost of lockdown.
• We face an NHS crisis exacerbated by inconsistent, illogical and poorly implemented restrictions, many on-going.
• With as many as 10 million missed NHS appointments due to lockdown, essential life-changing and in some cases life-saving care has been denied to millions of people across the country.
• We face an energy and heating crisis which will leave many families facing destitution while struggling to heat their homes this winter.
• Safeguarding open debate and free speech is key to how we live our lives. We must have the freedom to discuss and challenge ideas in order to progress as a society. Together demands the Government scrap the Online Safety Bill.
• Dr. Steve James
• Toby Young, founder of Free Speech Union
• Luke Johnson, entrepreneur
• Molly Kingsley, co-founder UsForThem
• Dr. Aseem Malhotra, cardiologist
• Prof David Paton
• Adam Brooks, publican and social commentator
• GP Dr. Renée Hoenderkamp
• And comedy from Tania Edwards
Toby will obviously be there, and I will, too. It starts at 7:30pm. Get your tickets here and we’ll see you there.