Glaxo back in the frame

Alex Brummer, the City Editor of the Daily Mail has written a short, to the point piece, which you can read in full here.

He finishes his article like this:

“Now we are told that the MHRA began a criminal investigation into GSK and Seroxat three years ago. It seems astonishing that this investigation has not been brought to a conclusion given that so many of the documents are in the public domain following the Spitzer settlement.

The families of Seroxat victims would be entitled to wonder why the MHRA is more interested in protecting drug giants than the consumer.”

That’s the question isn’t it – why has the MHRA let the public down?


2 Responses to “Glaxo back in the frame”

  1. Jack Says:

    Has it occurred to you that the investigation may not be making much ground because there is no criminal charge to answer! And maybe the Panorama programme isa bit more one-sided than due legal process?

  2. admin Says:

    It has occurred to me and I’m still convinced there is a criminal charge to answer – as are many others. Panorama asked Glaxo to put someone forward for interview and the company declined.

    Wake up and smell the coffee, Jack – don’t just take my word for it – look at the rest of the blog and read the links.

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