“Holiday chaos for Britons heading to France” – Brits hoping for a peaceful holiday in France will have to prove they are fully vaccinated for everything – from a trip up the Eiffel Tower to a glass of wine on an outdoor terrace, reports the Mail.
“QPR 1-1 Millwall” – “I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many police vans in Shepherd’s Bush before, even when QPR have been playing Millwall. Was it because it was the first time most fans had been able to attend a game since March 2020? Were the police expecting a post-lockdown release of pent up energy,” asks Toby in his latest Pride of West London substack entry.
“Boris and Rishi at war over green agenda” – Chancellor Rishi Sunak is thought to be leading the push-back against Boris Johnson’s commitment to go net-zero by 2050, fearing it will spark a cost-of-living crisis with energy bills already on the rise, reports MailOnline.
“Food blogger says it’s time to cancel ‘British colonial’ term curry” – “We’re still using this umbrella term popularised by white people who couldn’t be bothered to learn the actual names of our dishes. But we can still unlearn,” says a food blogger who calls on people to “cancel the word curry” in a video viewed millions of times online.
“My fight for free speech” – “I was fired for supporting Brexit – justice has finally been served,” writes former Fire Bridge Union Leader Paul Embery in UnHerd.