The ONS has published the dataset I requested showing deaths in England by date of occurrence, age range and cause since 2014.
It looks correct to me, with just the expected reporting delay in the last few weeks (but I haven’t checked for each age group individually yet):
I have reformatted the data so you can import it directly into a data model or stats package here. I look forward to seeing some analyses.
I fixed the data where some male 1-17 year olds were recorded as Jan-17 age.
Thanks to T. Coddington for creating a quick visualisation.
The first big spike in deaths in 2020 is old people being murdered in care homes with Midazolam and Morphine (thanks Matt Hancock) and the second spike in 2021 is more people being murdered by AstraZeneca, Pfizer and Moderna (quite a few in the younger age bracket) with their death jabs...
I am no data scientist obviously but that's pretty much my interpretation...
There is nothing natural about the spring 2020 spike. Zero.