First of all, a fact:
The MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) triple vaccine was introduced in the UK in 1988 for children aged 12 to 18 months.
Then, a wild leap into anti-vax territory:
…the vaccine was implicated in the death of Glasgow baby Ryan Mason. Labour MP Michael Martin wrote to the then Scottish minister for education and health, Michael Forsyth, explaining that Ryan died aged six months, 10 days after receiving the vaccine.
Tragic though this is, there's no evidence of causation here.
In fact, the article specifically states:
Later that month, with the post-mortem investigation not complete, officials advised the minister that the baby’s death was probably not vaccine-related.
Then, another fact:
A memo of 1992 records that in 1990 and 1991, for the first time since records began, no child in Scotland died from acute measles-related illness.
So, let's rewrite Jackie's post, shall we?
"MMR vaccine introduced in Scotland. Four years later, measles effectively wiped out."
How good is that?
Of course, there are fucking morons who think it should be re-introduced, in much the same way as the Red Kite has been reintroduced to parts of England.