Insurance on 5G and smart meters

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Dear Public Health England,

You have published information on 5G and smart meters telling the population that they are both safe and below levels so i would like to know why, as you deem them both safe for the population, insurance companies will not touch them? and who will be taking liability should anything go wrong, as PHE give out this safety information i would assume that PHE will also be taking liability? please clarify.

Yours faithfully,

S Fowell

FOI, Public Health England

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FOI, Public Health England

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OFFICIAL
Dear S Fowell,

Please find attached Public Health England's response to your request.

Kind regards,

FOI Team

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Dear FOI,
Thank you for your part reply, would you be so kind as to answer the question of liability.

Yours sincerely,

S Fowell

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