First we had the Great Barrington Declaration, challenging the 'settled' scientific consensus about lockdowns. Now comes the World Climate Declaration, challenging the computer models predicting environmental catastrophe.
Political parties raced to make Britain a "climate leader". But they failed to plan for the bumps in the road and we're all paying the price.
Jonathan Sumption has written a splendid piece for the Spectator, explaining exactly what's wrong with the Online Safety Bill and its creation of a new category of speech which is ‘legal but harmful’.
Nuclear power can't save Europe. It takes at least five years to build a nuclear plant. What's more, France gets 70% of its electricity from nuclear, but this hasn't stopped prices there from skyrocketing.
A new study from Cedars-Sinai found that a minority of people suffering from Omicron even realised they had it – and, bizarrely, the researchers interpret this as a cause for alarm, not a reason to relax.
A summary of all the most interesting stories that have appeared about politicians’ efforts to control the virus – and other acts of hubris and folly – not just in Britain, but around the world.
The White House has been urging social media companies to censor ‘misinformaton' about climate change. But embarrassingly, a White House climate change official has just been sanctioned for scientific misconduct.
Pen America has organised an event to express solidarity with Salman Rushdie in which various well-known authors will read out passages from The Satanic Verses on the steps of the New York Public Library on Friday.