Last night, Megyn Kelly asked the Republican presidential hopefuls whether Donald Trump was right to be proud of Operation Warp Speed, which approved the mRNA Covid vaccines in record time. Here's what they said.
With a background in writing and editing and a long involvement in politics, Boris Johnson knows how to spin a yarn or two. Carl Heneghan and Tom Jefferson attempt to translate some of his Covid Inquiry statements.
Mainstream media persist in stating the Paris knife attacker targeted a "German" over Israel when his own video never mentions Israel but talks about ISIS in East Asia. Why are they so keen to blame Israel and hide jihad?
One of Britain's biggest catering suppliers has announced it will offer only 'green' 'crackless' crackers to its customers, which include dozens of care homes, hotels, pubs and restaurants across the country.
Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter has told the BBC that Covid infections were dropping before lockdown and he "really, really regrets" not having evidence sooner that closing schools was pointless.
Debbie Lerman sets out chapter and verse of how the Covid mRNA vaccines were developed in the U.S. under a military protocol for responding to biological weapons that imposed no safety oversight requirements.
COP28 President Sultan Ahmed Al-Jaber sent the alarmists scrambling for damage limitation this week when he said there was "no science" that says phasing out fossil fuels will limit global warming at 1.5°C.
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.