Aborted Babies Used in Vaccines

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Dear NHS England,

Please provide the following information:-

A list of all vaccines used by the NHS

A list of all vaccines which contain human foetal material from aborted babies.

Thank you,

Yours faithfully,

jay Oldsmith

CONTACTUS, England (NHS ENGLAND & NHS IMPROVEMENT - X24), NHS England

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FOITEAMCRMMAILBOX (NHS ENGLAND & NHS IMPROVEMENT - X24), NHS England

Dear Jay Oldsmith,  

Thank you for your communications dated 21 April 2020.

NHS England has assessed your communication as a request under the Freedom
of Information (FOI) Act 2000. As such, your request is being dealt with
under the terms of the FOI Act, and has been allocated the following
reference number: FOI-2004-1181139.

Your exact request was:
 
“Please provide the following information: -

A list of all vaccines used by the NHS

A list of all vaccines which contain human foetal material from aborted
babies.”
NHS England does not hold information in relation to your request.

It may help if we first explain that NHS England is not the same as ‘the
NHS in England’. The NHS in England is not a single organisation but is
made up of a range of organisations such as Hospitals, Clinical
Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and Ambulance Trusts. NHS England is
responsible for commissioning primary care services such as GP and dental
surgeries, as well as some specialised secondary care services. Therefore,
any recorded information NHS England may be able to provide in response to
an FOI request will generally relate to the services NHS England
commissions.

For information on commissioned services and the types of information NHS
England holds can be found on our [1]website and [2]publication scheme.
For further information on the NHS, its structure and other NHS
organisations please refer to the NHS [3]website.

Information in relation to this request may be held by Public Health
England (PHE). As such, you may wish to redirect your enquiry to PHE. You
can submit an FOI request to Public Health England by emailing

Email: [4][email address]

Post:  Public Information Access Office
Wellington House
133-155 Waterloo Road
London
SE1 8UG
This information may also be held by National Institute for Health and
Care Excellence (NICE). You can contact them by the below website link:

https://www.nice.org.uk/get-involved/con...

We hope this information is helpful. However, if you are dissatisfied, you
have the right to ask for an internal review. This should be requested in
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and/or the area(s) you would like the review to consider. Internal Review
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NHS England
PO Box 16738
REDDITCH
B97 9PT

Email: [5][NHS England request email]

Please quote the reference number FOI-2004-1181139 in any future
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0300 3 11 22 33, [7][NHS England request email].

Yours sincerely,

Freedom of Information
Communications
Office of the Chairs, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer

NHS England
PO Box 16738
REDDITCH
B97 9PT

Tel: 0300 311 22 33
Email: [8][NHS England request email]

‘Health and High quality care for all, now and for future generations’ 

 

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FOITEAMCRMMAILBOX (NHS ENGLAND & NHS IMPROVEMENT - X24), NHS England

Dear Jay Oldsmith,  

Thank you for your communications dated 21 April 2020.

NHS England has assessed your communication as a request under the Freedom
of Information (FOI) Act 2000. As such, your request is being dealt with
under the terms of the FOI Act, and has been allocated the following
reference number: FOI-2004-1181139.

Your exact request was:
 
“Please provide the following information: -

A list of all vaccines used by the NHS

A list of all vaccines which contain human foetal material from aborted
babies.”
NHS England does not hold information in relation to your request.

It may help if we first explain that NHS England is not the same as ‘the
NHS in England’. The NHS in England is not a single organisation but is
made up of a range of organisations such as Hospitals, Clinical
Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and Ambulance Trusts. NHS England is
responsible for commissioning primary care services such as GP and dental
surgeries, as well as some specialised secondary care services. Therefore,
any recorded information NHS England may be able to provide in response to
an FOI request will generally relate to the services NHS England
commissions.

For information on commissioned services and the types of information NHS
England holds can be found on our [1]website and [2]publication scheme.
For further information on the NHS, its structure and other NHS
organisations please refer to the NHS [3]website.

Information in relation to this request may be held by Public Health
England (PHE). As such, you may wish to redirect your enquiry to PHE. You
can submit an FOI request to Public Health England by emailing

Email: [4][email address]

Post:  Public Information Access Office
Wellington House
133-155 Waterloo Road
London
SE1 8UG
This information may also be held by National Institute for Health and
Care Excellence (NICE). You can contact them by the below website link:

https://www.nice.org.uk/get-involved/con...

We hope this information is helpful. However, if you are dissatisfied, you
have the right to ask for an internal review. This should be requested in
writing within two months of the date of this letter. Your correspondence
should be labelled “Internal Review” and should outline your concerns
and/or the area(s) you would like the review to consider. Internal Review
requests should be sent to:

NHS England
PO Box 16738
REDDITCH
B97 9PT

Email: [5][NHS England request email]

Please quote the reference number FOI-2004-1181139 in any future
communications.

If you are not content with the outcome of the internal review, you have
the right to apply directly to the Information Commissioner for a
decision. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) can be contacted at
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[6]https://ico.org.uk/global/contact-us/

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communications are progressed correctly. Their postal address, telephone
number and email details are as follows: PO Box 16738, Redditch, B97 9PT;
0300 3 11 22 33, [7][NHS England request email].

Yours sincerely,

Freedom of Information
Communications
Office of the Chairs, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer

NHS England
PO Box 16738
REDDITCH
B97 9PT

Tel: 0300 311 22 33
Email: [8][NHS England request email]

‘Health and High quality care for all, now and for future generations’ 

 

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Dear FOITEAMCRMMAILBOX (NHS ENGLAND & NHS IMPROVEMENT - X24),

Thank you for your response.

Could you clarify please?

Where might one find out a list of vaccines authorised by the UK Government?

Where might one find a list of the chemicals and products contained in them?

Yours sincerely,

jay

FOITEAMCRMMAILBOX (NHS ENGLAND & NHS IMPROVEMENT - X24), NHS England

Dear Jay Oldsmith,

Thank you for your communication dated 05 December 2020.

NHS England has assessed your communication as a request under the Freedom
of Information (FOI) Act 2000. As such, please be assured that your
request is being dealt with under the terms of the FOI Act and will be
answered within twenty working days.

For further information regarding the FOI Act, please refer to the
Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) website. For further information
regarding NHS England and the information it publishes please visit our
website here.

If you have any queries about this request or wish to contact us again,
please email [1][NHS England request email] and the message will be
forwarded appropriately. Please remember to quote the above reference
number in any future communications.

Please do not reply to this email. This message has been sent from a
central mailbox. To communicate with NHS England regarding Freedom of
Information (FOI) requests, enquiries or complaints we ask these are sent
directly to NHS England’s customer contact centre. This is to ensure all
communications are progressed correctly. Their postal address, telephone
number and email details are as follows:- PO Box 16738, Redditch, B97 9PT;
0300 3 11 22 33, [2][NHS England request email].

Yours sincerely,

Freedom of Information
Communications Team
Office of the Chairs, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer

NHS England
PO Box 16738
REDDITCH
B97 9PT

Tel: 0300 311 22 33
Email: [3][NHS England request email]

‘Health and High quality care for all, now and for future generations’

 

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FOITEAMCRMMAILBOX (NHS ENGLAND & NHS IMPROVEMENT - X24), NHS England

Dear Jay Oldsmith,  

Freedom of Information Request (Our Ref: FOI - 2012-1296732)

Thank you for your Freedom of Information (FOI) request dated 5 December
2020.

Your exact request was:

“Could you clarify please?

Where might one find out a list of vaccines authorised by the UK
Government?

Where might one find a list of the chemicals and products contained in
them?” 

NHS England does not hold this information.

It may help if we first explain that NHS England is not the same as ‘the
NHS in England’. The NHS in England is not a single organisation but is
made up of a range of organisations such as Hospitals, Clinical
Commissioning Groups (CCGs), and Ambulance Trusts. NHS England is
responsible for commissioning primary care services such as GP and dental
surgeries, as well as some specialised secondary care services.

Therefore, any recorded information NHS England may be able to provide in
response to an FOI request will generally relate to the services NHS
England commissions.

For information on commissioned services and the types of information NHS
England holds can be found on our [1]website and [2]publication scheme.
For further information on the NHS, its structure and other NHS
organisations please refer to the [3]NHS.uk web page.

This information may be held by the Medicines & Healthcare products
Regulatory Agency
(MHRA). As such you may wish to contact them directly. Their website is:

[4]https://www.gov.uk/government/organisati...

You can contact the MHRA via the web link below:

[5][email address]

We hope this information is helpful. However, if you are dissatisfied, you
have the right to ask for an internal review. This should be requested in
writing within two months of the date of this letter. Your correspondence
should be labelled “Internal Review” and should outline your concerns
and/or the area(s) you would like the review to consider. Internal Review
requests should be sent to:

NHS England
PO Box 16738
REDDITCH
B97 9PT

Email: [6][NHS England request email]

Please quote the reference number FOI - 2012-1296732 in any future
communications.

If you are not content with the outcome of the internal review, you have
the right to apply directly to the Information Commissioner for a
decision. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) can be contacted at
the following weblink:
 
[7]https://ico.org.uk/global/contact-us/

Please note there is no charge for making an appeal.

Please be aware that in line with the Information Commissioner’s directive
on the disclosure of information under the FOI Act, your request will be
anonymised and published on our website as part of our disclosure log.

Please do not reply to this email. This message has been sent from a
central mailbox. To communicate with NHS England regarding Freedom of
Information (FOI) requests, enquiries or complaints we ask these are sent
directly to NHS England’s customer contact centre. This is to ensure all
communications are progressed correctly. Their postal address, telephone
number and email details are as follows: PO Box 16738, Redditch, B97 9PT;
0300 3 11 22 33, [8][NHS England request email].

Yours sincerely,

Freedom of Information
Communications Team
Office of the Chairs, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer

NHS England
PO Box 16738
REDDITCH
B97 9PT

Tel: 0300 311 22 33
Email: [9][NHS England request email]

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