“ Hundreds may be dying from heart problems at home because of NHS backlog” – A warning has been issued over the ‘time bomb’ of unidentified and untreated cardiac disease as data show weekly heart deaths are in excess of usual levels, reports the Telegraph. “ Boys are 14 times more likely to have heart problem from Pfizer’s jab” – Boys are much more likely to suffer from myocarditis after a Pfizer Covid jab, according to data from Boston Children’s Hospital, reports MailOnline. “ Gavin Williamson’s ‘Prizes For Everyone’ exam system has made a mockery of our children’s efforts” – The Education Secretary has now presided over two A level fiascos in two years, leaving students with grades that mean little to nothing, writes Allison Pearson in the Telegraph. “ A level students have been failed again” – The A level algorithm was disastrous, but teacher-assessed grades are not much better, writes Samantha Smith in the Spectator. “ PL announce distancing rules – with players allowed to celebrate together again” – Premier League players have been told to carry on social distancing before games – but will be able to celebrate goals, reports the Sun. “ Risk assessments delay mass return of civil servants to offices” – Government departments may need to put limits on numbers in workplaces amid concerns over unvaccinated employees, reports the Telegraph. “ Doom, gloom and the end of time – the apocalypse is always at hand” – Television news has become a gigantic on-air equivalent of the fire and brimstone prophet damning us all for our sins, writes Philip Johnston in the Telegraph. “ Workspace provider IWG buoyed by boom in hybrid working” – Revenues from the hiring of meeting rooms and of day offices are up by 40% as businesses adopt home-office splits, reports the Guardian. “ World’s Most Vaccinated Nations are Also Some of the Highest at Risk for Covid Surges: What Happened?” – Most of the countries ranked high on the Johns Hopkins list of the most vaccinated continue to be categorised by the CDC as “high” or “very high” in association with the risk of travel due to Covid, reports TrialSite. “ Fauci says he supports mandates requiring teachers to be vaccinated” – Anthony Fauci says that he would support any local government that institutes vaccine mandates for teachers ahead of the new school year, reports MailOnline. “ Germany to abolish free Covid testing in bid to get more people vaccinated” – New regulations are part of German Government efforts to incentivise those without jabs amid a rising case rate, reports the Guardian. “ Goodbye to all that” – “These unexpected forced closures at a time of desperately high debts have pushed potentially viable businesses over the edge,” writes Alexander Adams in his latest column in Bournbrook Magazine. “ Mob Morality and the Unvaxxed” – “Sure, we still engage in scapegoating and figuratively sacrifice people on the altar of public opinion,” writes Charles Eisenstein in his latest substack article: “But we don’t actually kill people in hope of placating the gods and restoring order. Or do we?” “ A view of Covid and the left in 14 points” – “I have no time for Boris Johnson but had Jeremy Corbyn been in power, as likely as not he would have been given the same advice by the same advisors,” writes Mike Haynes in Left Lockdown Sceptics. “ Podcast: The Covid Cure: A New Paradigm” – Omar Khan interviews Dr Shankara Chetty, a general practitioner with a natural science background in genetics, advanced biology, microbiology and biochemistry, whose “Eighth Day Protocol” deserves more widespread global attention. “ An interview with Hatun Tash, the Christian preacher stabbed at Speakers’ Corner” – Hatun Tash, a Christian preacher who was stabbed at Speakers’ Corner, talks to the Spectator about the pain she has suffered simply to express her beliefs. “ Letter in Support of Dr. Peter McCullough from Concerned Academics, Colleagues and other Supporters” – “Are the precepts of academic freedom and freedom of speech something Baylor University considers anachronistic? If so, then Baylor’s behavior is the antithesis of academic pursuit and the discovery of novel ideas,” write a group of academics in defence of Dr Peter McCullough. “ Odeon owner AMC to accept payment in Bitcoin” – Cinemagoers will be able to buy tickets and popcorn using the cryptocurrency, says the U.S. chain, as reported in BBC News. “ Acclaimed author Kate Clanchy to rewrite ‘racist’ memoir” – An author whose award-winning memoir depicted life as a teacher in state schools is rewriting the book after criticism that her portrayal of pupils was racist, reports the Times. “ What’s the truth about the U.N.’s ‘code red’ climate warning?” – It is “code red for humanity”, according to U.N. General-Secretary Antonio Guterres. But is the United Nations’ report on climate change anything to worry about, asks Ross Clark in the Spectator. “ Government climate tsar’s dirty secret: he still drives a diesel car” – Alok Sharma, the Tory cabinet minister and Cop26 Chief, says he drives a diesel car and vows his next vehicle will be electric, reports the Telegraph. “ Furious Tory MPs say Boris will be hammered by Red Wall voters over eco plans” – Raging Red Wall Tory MPs are turning fire on ministers after shock polling revealed Tory voters will be hit hardest by Boris Johnson’s expensive green revolution, reports the Sun. “ talkRADIO host Kevin O’Sullivan rips into Boris Johnson’s push for net zero carbon” – “When the cost of all this green nonsense eco claptrap comes home and people realise how much more expensive their lives will become, it will be a catastrophe for the Tories,” says Kevin O’Sullivan on talkRADIO.