A nurse dubbed "the most dangerous woman in Britain" has been suspended after spreading conspiracy theories claiming Covid-19 vaccines are poisonous and calling the NHS the "new Auschwitz".

Kate Shemirani, 54, addressed huge crowds of anti-lockdown protesters in London's Trafalgar Square claiming "we are the resistance" on Saturday.

The mum-of-four shot to fame after she started claiming she didn't believe Covid-19 on her local radio station in East Sussex in March.

It has now emerged that the conspiracy theorist was suspended as a nurse in July.

Ms Shemirani, who had been registered for 35 years, has claimed vaccines are poisonous and contain military-style technology that allows governments to trace people’s thoughts – and even download information "into" people’s brains.

Kate Shemirani does not believe Covid-19 is real

She has also tweeted that the public will wake up on a "cattle truck" or "in the showers" and claims the current crisis is a "scamdemic".

Her claims that the virus was linked to 5G mobile tech have been repeatedly rubbished by experts.

But the conspiracy theorist reckons that Wuhan, the first city to see a major Covid-19 outbreak, was a "test city for 5G" and also claimed to have seen patients being taken to hospital and being allowed to die.

Anti-lockdown protest in London

She wrote: "Murder. Genocide. The NHS is the new Auschwitz."

She has been suspended for 18 months and is being investigated by the Nursing and Midwifery Council for her promotion of 5G conspiracy theories.

But she said she is not worried about the council’s investigation because they have a "terrorist agenda to commit genocide", she told the Daily Mail.

Anti-lockdown protest in London

She has also claimed that those who do not agree with or believe her are simply envious of her.

Ms Shemirani said: "The fact that I was always graced with decent looks and I’m always very slim has generated jealousy throughout my career.

"They [the government] will be able to look at every aspect of what is going on in our brains.

Anti-lockdown protest in London

"Not only can they pick it up, they can download into us."

Ms Shemirani has previously shared conspiracy theories around the 9/11 terror attacks, writing: "NEVER FORGET…that no plane hit this building".

The Jewish Chronicle also reported that she believes in the antisemetic "Committee of 300" conspiracy theory that claims there is an intellectual council that controls politics, media, banking and the military in Europe.

The theory was founded by German politician Walther Rathenau in 1909 and although he said he did not mean that the 300 men were all Jewish the idea that they were quickly took hold.

In the same speech that she referenced the council she also launched an attack on the "globalist" philanthropist George Soros.