In this week’s London Calling, the talking points are whether the civil unrest in China is the beginning of the end for Xi, why Matt Hancock did well on I’m a Celeb and our failing efforts to fend off old age.
When global sea ice dropped sharply 10 years ago, there was no end of stories of the coming climate catastrophe. But the more recent dramatic recovery in sea ice has gone strangely unmentioned and ignored.
Monkeypox is to be rebranded as ‘mpox’ after global health experts said the name had racist connotations and could lead to stigmatisation.
Pfizer’s CEO Dr Albert Bourla has been rapped by the UK’s pharmaceutical watchdog for making misleading statements about vaccinating children by saying they are at risk from Covid and will benefit from vaccination.
In an unusually frank outburst, the former French Ambassador to the US stated, "When the Americans want to do whatever they want, including when it’s against international law, as they define it, they do it."
A summary of the most interesting stories in the past 24 hours that challenge the prevailing orthodoxy about the virus and the vaccines, the ‘climate emergency’ and the supposed moral defects of Western civilisation.
Britain is becoming more illiberal and unpatriotic as today’s increasingly woke young people become voters, yet the Tories do nothing, says Eric Kaufmann, who has written about the worrying findings of his latest survey.
Civil unrest has broken out in China as the population tires of the endless cycle of lockdowns in pursuit of the the moronic ’zero Covid’ policy. Worth remembering this was the policy lobbied for by ‘independent’ SAGE.