EXCLUSIVE: Winter deaths in Cornwall went up by more than 14% – before Covid-19 “officially” existed

Posted By on 14th July 2020

By Rashleigh MacFarlane Detailed data from the Office for National Statistics shows a significant increase in the number of deaths in Cornwall last winter, compared with the previous year. The…


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  1. These figures are very important is there figures for each area of Kernow. The death rate in a five mile area of the central Kernow incinerator has gone up a great deal since the incinerator was started up. Of course no one is listening as the clay area is seen as to not be of very great importance to the Duchy. I would remind the powers that be that the clay industry brings in more money to Kernow than anything ells. Neither the EA or medical profession is interested. Could these figures help us to get the message across to the powers that be?
    Elizabeth Hawken

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