Every single UK citizen deserves to understand how and why those in charge of our public institutions were unable to prevent so many deaths and widespread heartbreak.

We welcome the announcement of a Statutory Inquiry, but it can’t wait until Spring 2022.

38,156* of family members lost, will have been gone for 2 years by that time.
Important lessons are better learnt now, while evidence and factual experiences are still clear and 100% reliable.

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Download our learn lessons save lives report, bringing together experts and bereaved families to highlight what those who lost loved must see in the forthcoming inquiry into the pandemic.

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Any funds we raise will support our ongoing campaign to secure a befitting legacy for each and every 158,000 of our loved ones lost.

Your donation will be put towards any further legal, fundraising, media or other associated costs in our pursuit of achieving Facts, Truth and Justice.

This isn't about party politics Nobody is above the law


Every single person we lost deserves their fate to be heard, their untimely death & brutal suffering acknowledged.

The UK society we believe in would never allow any unnecessary loss of human life, to be brushed under the carpet.

Only Facts, Truth and Justice can restore public confidence.

Guarantees must be secured that a crisis like this, can never happen again.

Your donation will support us in achieving a fair inquiry, completely free of political bias, with the following features:

  • A rapid review taking place this year, not next, ahead of any further wave this winter.
  • The families of the bereaved are included in the selection process of an appropriate Chair; the Chair must be trustworthy, politically impartial and an appropriate representative of ethnic and socioeconomic diversity
  • Ensure the bereaved are able to provide their personal witness statements and evidence
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