• First case of new Covid variant reported in U.K.
• Senator J.D. Vance suggests bill to prevent COVID-19 tyranny
• Paul D. Thacker defends Tom Jefferson’s masking review
A new Covid variant, pirola, has been detected in the U.K. and an outbreak in a care home in Norfolk has been reported. So far, no deaths have been associated with the new variant. Senator J.D. Vance has written an article for Fox News urging people to support the Freedom to Breathe Act, a bill that would prevent the Biden administration from mandating masks again. Paul D. Thacker defends Tom Jefferson’s masking review and ridicules the New York Times journalist who tried to debunk it, while Hart UK states that evidence of mRNA vaccine harms is growing. Carl Heneghan and Tom Jefferson are encouraging participation in a Government consultation about pharmaceutical industry payments to the healthcare sector. Allison Pearson in the Telegraph and Katharine Birbalsingh in the Telegraph both write about the need to protect children from the trans cult. Sybil Ruth was compensated and apologised to after she was forced out for expressing her gender critical beliefs. Alex Gutentag and Michael Shellenberger write in Public about the disparate sentences given to January 6th and Black Lives Matter protesters. Matt Ridley in the Telegraph and Eugyppius in his Substack post both criticise the public for not being told the full truth about the climate threat. Protestors chanted ‘end fossil fuels’ during the US Open semi-final and Net Zero Watch states that the latest wind-farm auction was a dismal failure. Lord King speaks to the Telegraph about the biggest challenges facing Britain, and Brendan O’Neill in the Spectator criticises the Guardian for their review of Róisín Murphy’s new album. The RSPCA has stated that dogs bought during lockdown may now be starting to have behaviour problems, while North Korea has unveiled a new nuclear submarine that may not be seaworthy. Mads Mikkelsen was asked by a Hollywood reporter why his latest movie had an all-white cast, and he explained that the movie takes place in Denmark in the 1750s.
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- “New Covid variant pirola ‘spreading’ in the community” – First case in U.K. was detected last month and an outbreak in a care home in Norfolk has been reported. But don’t panic, Captain Mainwaring. So far, there have been no deaths.
- “We must stop mask mandates before Biden and Democrats force them on us again. Here’s how we do it” – Dr. Anthony Fauci is back and so is talk of masking, writes Senator J.D. Vance on Fox News. He urges people to support a new bill – the Freedom to Breathe Act – that would stop COVID-19 tyranny before it is forced on us again.
- “Zeynep Tufekci’s unseemly collusion with Cochrane officials to attack scientists is falling apart” – Paul D. Thacker defends Tom Jefferson’s masking review and ridicules the New York Times journalist who tried to debunk it in an article strewn with erros.
- “Have we only seen the tip of the iceberg for mRNA vaccine harms?” – Hart UK says the growing evidence that the mRNA vaccines are causing harm is like a slow-motion motorway pile-up: we can see it unfolding, causing immense harm, have no idea when it will stop, and feel powerless to do much about it.
- “The UK Sunshine Act” – Carl Heneghan and Tom Jefferson urge their readers to contribute to a Government consultation about whether the pharmaceutical industry should disclose payments to the healthcare sector. Click here to respond.
- “The Tories can’t afford to capitulate to the trans cult” – With a Labour victory on the horizon, this is the last chance to enshrine protection for millions of impressionable youngsters, says Allison Pearson in the Telegraph.
- “Damages paid to literary editor sacked over ‘heavy five o’clock shadow’ transgender remark” – The literary consultancy Cornserstones has settled with Sybil Ruth, paying her compensation and apologising to her after forcing her out for expressing her gender critical beliefs. Yes, it’s another victory of the Free Speech Union.
- “Schools have been abandoned to trans lawsuits” – Without government guidance about how schools should treat trans pupils, teachers and students are being dragged into needless controversy, says Katharine Birbalsingh in the Telegraph.
- “Histrionic narcissism behind unequal sentences for January 6th And Black Lives Matter protesters” – True justice should be blind to politics and ideology, write Alex Gutentag and Michael Shellenberger in Public.
- “The public isn’t being told the full truth about the climate threat” – “If I waved a magic wand and gave the world unlimited clean and cheap energy tomorrow, I expect many climate scientists would be horrified,” writes Matt Ridley in the Telegraph.
- “Ruinous Green energy ordinances pass the Bundestag, promising to reduce German emissions over the next six years by as much CO2 as China releases in a single day” – In his latest Substack post, Eugyppius pours scorn on the German Government’s green virtue-signalling.
- “The climate scaremongers: A second-class hurricane” – Paul Homewood debunks the latest climate hysteria in TCW.
- “Protesters chanting ‘end fossil fuels’ interrupt women’s US Open semi-final” – Chaotic scenes as security struggle to eject activists, including a man who glued himself to the ground, reports the Telegraph.
- “Dismal UK CFD auction results may be a landmark moment – Net Zero Watch” – Net Zero Watch says the latest wind-farm auction was a dismal failure.
- “‘The transition to net zero has turned into a quasi-religious debate’” – From climate change to pensions reform, former Bank of England Governor Lord King discusses the biggest challenges facing Britain in an interview in the Telegraph.
- “The Guardian’s shameful Roisin Murphy review” – Of all the smug, bitter things the Guardian has published over the years, its review of Róisín Murphy’s new album has got to be one of the worst, says Brendan O’Neill in the Spectator.
- “Concern as pandemic puppies reach difficult age” – The RSPCA says dogs bought during lockdown may only now be starting to have behaviour problems, according to the BBC.
- “North Korea: Kim Jong Un reveals ‘nuclear attack submarine’” – North Korea has unveiled a new nuclear sub, but the BBC says there are some doubts that it’s actually seaworthy.
- “Actor Mads Mikkelsen is asked about lack of diversity in his new film The Promised Land” – Watch exchange between Mads Mikkelsen and a Hollywood reporter who asks why his latest movie – which takes place in Denmark in the 1750s – has an all-white cast.
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