How Big Wireless Made Us Think That Cell Phones Are Safe: A Special Investigation

The disinformation campaign—and massive radiation increase—behind the 5G rollout. By Mark Hertsgaard and Mark Dowie

An excellent article into how the industry has been able to steam-roller a technology without any independent testing and no standards. 

"Funding friendly research has perhaps been the most important component of this strategy, because it conveys the impression that the scientific community truly is divided."

https://hansard.parliament.uk/lords/2020-04-22/debates/E1DDBB0A-8449-45A8-90F2-7656314313D1/TelecommunicationsInfrastructure(LeaseholdProperty)Bill

Telecommunications Infrastructure (Leasehold Property) Bill 2nd Reading 22th April 2020

The second reading of the above Bill was heard on 22th April this year in The House of Lords. Our concerns are that leaseholders residing within multi-dwelling units will find themselves unable to object to the installment of 5G technology. 

The Bill seeks to provide operators with a new streamlined process in the courts to gain rights to install their infrastructure, even if the landowner declines to respond. 

https://hansard.parliament.uk/lords/2020-04-22/debates/E1DDBB0A-8449-45A8-90F2-7656314313D1/TelecommunicationsInfrastructure(LeaseholdProperty)Bill

Somerset Residents Take on the Council

Protestors packed into Shire Hall in Taunton on Wednesday morning (March 11) to speak out against 5G, arguing the technology could cause health complications and had major security shortcomings.

Somerset residents lock horns with experts over how safe 5G would be for humans and the natural world

Could Norfolk be Set for More and Taller Mobile Phone Masts?

August 2019: "Towering mobile phone masts could be on the horizon as government ministers look set to relax planning restrictions over them. However, the announcement could also see opportunity knock for Norfolk to become a pioneering county in the roll-out of 5G mobile networks."

Did Norfolk County Council secure funding? Read the full article here:

Could Norfolk be Set for More and Taller Mobile Phone Masts?