– Little MSM coverage of paedophile conviction
– Dietitians caution against overuse of ‘ultra-processed’
– NYT puts too-friendly gloss on gender-medicine scandal
– Natural immunity 27x more effective than vaccine-induced
– Cash rewards for cutting electricity use
– Left’s ‘Inquisition’ stifling free speech at unis
– No human remains found at residential schools
– Long Covid poised to be evidence-based fiasco
– Britain in danger of giving up
– Children must not change gender at school
– Woke police damaging public trust
– Elon Musk reveals Twitter takeover fear
– Intelligence services involved in Covid disinformation
– Vicars back Labour over Conservatives
– Oxford dropped author for challenging gender
– RSPB hostility towards Government
– Sir Keir is a ‘steaming bore’
– Headliners panel horrified by Digital Services Act
Liz Hodgkinson questions the lack of outrage in the mainstream media surrounding the conviction of Peter Welby for possession of indecent images of children. Dietitians are skeptical about the term ultra-processed being overused and causing confusion. They propose that U.K. health chiefs should work with the Government to develop a food strategy. The New York Times is criticized for putting a too-friendly gloss on damning facts in their coverage of the St. Louis gender-medicine scandal. Mark Shanahan, a conductor, is taking legal action after being accused of “intimidating, bullying and possibly discriminatory” behaviour towards young musicians for simply calling them by the correct pronouns.
Dr. John Campbell believes that natural immunity is 27 times more effective than vaccine-induced immunity. The Telegraph reports that Claire Coutinho’s promotion to Cabinet Office Minister hints at a more conservative approach to the Net Zero carbon emissions target. In January, the National Grid launched its Demand Flexibility Service, rewarding people for cutting power on one of the coldest days of the year. Timothy Luckhurst claims in the Evening Standard that the indoctrination of staff on race and gender in universities is stifling free speech. The New York Times reports that two years after claims of mass graves in Canada, no human remains have been found. Vinay Prasad argues there’s no evidence that ‘long Covid’ is a real disease. Lord Frost in the Telegraph believes Britain is in danger of giving up due to crumbling schools, failing NHS and excessive taxes. The Telegraph reports that leading clinicians are warning the Prime Minister against teenagers wanting puberty blockers and sex-change hormones. The Home Secretary orders an investigation into officers “pandering to politically correct causes” such as taking the knee at BLM protests. Elon Musk opens up about his concerns regarding his daughter, who he believes is infected by the “woke mind virus”. Documents submitted to the official Covid inquiry reveal the U.K. intelligence community’s involvement in the Covid Disinformation Unit since it was founded in 2019. The Times’ survey shows that only 13% of Church of England priests back the Tories. A British author has said that the ‘radioactive’ issue of transgender identity issue is threatening to stifle debate after Oxford University Press dropped him. Guy Adams investigates the RSPB’s hostility towards the Government. Quentin Letts says in the Mail that the latest Tory MP’s attempt to scuttle the boat has caused another tricky by-election. Nick Dixon, Josh Howie and Nico DeSanto are horrified by the EU’s Digital Services Act.
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- “Why so little MSM outrage about this vile paedophile” – Liz Hodgkinson puzzles over why the conviction of Peter Welby for possession of indecent images of children hasn’t got more coverage in the mainstream media.
- “Warnings of stroke risk should be ‘considered with caution’” – Dietiticans say the term ultra-processed is being ‘overused’ and causing confusion. Birmingham-based dietitian says U.K. health chiefs should work with the Government to develop a food strategy.
- “Testimony, or Evidence?” – The New York Times’s coverage of the St. Louis gender-medicine scandal puts a too-friendly gloss on damning facts.
- “Conductor sacked over student pronouns row sues for discrimination” – Mark Shanahan was accused of “intimidating, bullying and possibly discriminatory” behaviour towards young musicians at the National Opera Studio, i.e., he called them by the correct pronouns.
- “Natural immunity wins” – Dr. John Campbell says natural immunity is 27 times more effecitve than vaccine-induced immunity.
- “Promotion of Claire Coutinho hints at more conservative approach to Net Zero” – Close ally of Rishi Sunak believes in green agenda but wants to shield people from the huge financial costs, reports the Telegraph.
- “Families will be paid cash again to cut electricity use this winter” – The National Grid launched its Demand Flexibility Service (DFS) in January, which rewarded people for cutting power between 5pm and 6pm on one of the coldest days of the year, says the Mail.
- “The Left’s tactics of the Inquisition are stifling free speech at our universities” – Timothy Luckhurst says in the Evening Standard the indoctrination of staff on race and gender in universities serves only to silence debate.
- “No human remains found two years after claims of ‘mass graves’ in Canada” – In spite of claims of mass graves of indigenous children at residential schools across Canada, nothing has turned up, says the New York Times.
- “A scam long Covid study – Long Covid poised to be an evidence based fiasco!” – Vinay Prasad says there’s no evidence that ‘long Covid’ is a real disease.
- “I fear for the future of Britain, a country in danger of just giving up” – Schools are crumbling, the NHS is failing, and taxes are excessive, says Lord Frost in the Telegraph. But don’t give up yet.
- “Children must not change gender at school, Tavistock whistleblowers tell Rishi Sunak” – Leading clinicians warn the Prime Minister he risks being ‘complicit’ in explosion of teenagers wanting puberty blockers and sex-change hormones, reports the Telegraph.
- “Suella Braverman: Woke police are damaging public trust” – The Home Secretary orders an investigation into officers “pandering to politically correct causes” such as taking the knee at BLM protests, says the Telegraph.
- “Elon Musk reveals Twitter takeover driven by ‘woke mind virus’ that infected his trans daughter” – Tech tycoon opens up about his concerns regarding the “full communist” family member, i.e., his daughter.
- “Secretive Covid disinformation unit worked with security services” – Documents submitted to the official Covid inquiry reveal the “U.K. intelligence community” has been involved in the CDU since it was founded in 2019.
- “Only 13% of Church of England priests back the Tories” – A Times’ survey puts Conservatives in fourth place among vicars, behind Labour, the Lib Dems and “don’t know”.
- “Oxford dropped my book for challenging gender, says author” – A British author has said that the ‘radioactive’ issue of transgender identity issue is threatening to stifle debate after Oxford University Press dropped him, according to the Times.
- “Guy Adams investigates the RSPB’s hostility towards the Government” – Guy Adams burrows into the RSPB to discover why it’s gone from being pro-wildlife to anti-Tory.
- “Quentin Letts: Sir Keir’s a steaming bore” – Last weekend, Nadine Dorries became the latest Tory MP to try to scuttle the boat, causing another tricky by-election, says Quentin Letts in the Mail.
- “The panelists on Headliners on GB News are horrified by the Digital Services Act” – Nick Dixon, Josh Howie and Nico DeSanto try to get their heads around the full horror of the EU’s Digital Services Act.
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