Laurence Fox’s comments about Ava Evans on GB News were odious, says Brendan O’Neill. But so is the left-wing pitchfork mob that has immediately sprung up demanding GB News be sanctioned by Ofcom.
Women who don’t menstruate were several times more likely to experience unexpected vaginal bleeding after COVID-19 vaccination than before the vaccines were offered, a study has found.
Too many experts are too quick to override doubts and forge ahead with radical solutions based on over-confident models, says Dr Andrew Bamji. On Covid and climate, a strong dose of humility is in order.
Children were failed badly by lockdowns and the harm caused to them was preventable, leading charities and experts will tell the Government in a damning report.
The rise of 'smart' technology that responds, not to the user but to external commands poses a serious threat to freedom, says Dr R P. However, since all technology is 'hackable', there is hope.
The British people have had enough of their seemingly endless 'obligations' to impoverish themselves for the sake of others, and belatedly politicians are waking up to this, says J Sorel.
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.
In the latest Weekly Sceptic podcast the talking points are Caroline Dinenage's power grab, Rishi becoming a proper Conservative and Justin Trudeau's confusion about Nazis.