UK High Court case against EMFs and 5G by Jessica Learmond-Criqui

Jessica Learmond-Criqui is a solicitor who became involved in understanding the harmful health impact of 5G when a member of her community alerted her to an application to put a mast on the building opposite her apartment. She is now leading a High Court Case against Electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) and 5G.

UK residents are unaware of the harm that is being caused to themselves, their children and babies who are exposed to radiofrequency radiation to the extent that they are in today’s world.  

Many people are sensitive to radiofrequency radiation and electromagnetic frequencies and suffer illness, distress and financial loss due to inability to work. The balance of scientific evidence is now clear that radiofrequency radiation/electromagnetic frequencies are harmful to humans.

The UK government insists on using ICNIRP’s guidelines to set limits of radiation for public health. ICNIRP’s guidelines are not fit for purpose as, among other things, they only recognise harm from heating of the body and are set for short term exposure – 6 minutes in fact. Many people suffer harm without any heating of their bodies.

This case will, hopefully, change the government’s stance and ensure that they are aware of the potential harm so that they can either agree to participate in an radiofrequency environment or they can live in their homes and public spaces free from radiofrequency.

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