New cross-party campaign, Action on World Heath, launched calling on elected politicians to demand a review of existing WHO treaties and agreements at a national level with a focus on taking back control of national public health in areas where the WHO is interfering in domestic policy.

More information on campaign here


PopCon says: Our readers and supporters will know that we have been concerned about the attempt by the unelected, politicised and frequently incompetent World Health Organisation (WHO) doing another power grab (this time on sovereign nations future pandemic responses).

It is just another example of a quango usurping elected politicians powers. So far Britain appears to be standing strong. But that should not stop us from standing together to ensure the current treaty does not pass and that Britain leads the world on stopping this global quango interefering in elected democracies domestic policies. This organisation needs reform or the UK should leave it.

Action of World Health campaign: click here


Further reading:

GB News: Farage called for the WHO to 'reform to respect national sovereignty' and 'stop interfering in people's lives' as the campaign group launched

Telegraph: Farage: ‘Expensive, unelected, unaccountable’ World Health Organisation has gone past its remit if it forces lockdowns on nations" 

PopCon Blog: WHO are you?

Sir John Redwood: Our pandemic response was world-leading. Handing control to a secretive international body will only make things worse

Telegraph: Suella Braverman, a former attorney general, tells The Telegraph she has ‘serious concerns’ about proposed treaty

Daily Mail: WHO do you think you are? MPs fear 'unelected' UN officials could dictate Britain's lockdown policy in future pandemics under controversial new treaty

Telegraph:Britain risks losing power to control future lockdowns to WHO

Matt Ridley:The World Health Organisation is putting us all in danger