“ Nightclub vaccine passport policy in disarray, leaked letter reveals” – Hospitality leaders say ministers have “no idea what their policy actually is” after the PM said passes would be required to attend large venues, reports the Telegraph. “ What’s the best way to top up our immunity?” – Now we have some protection, do we need to keep boosting or can nature take its course, asks James Gallagher in BBC News. “ Covid booster jabs: why you probably won’t get one this autumn” – “Holding back on boosters in Britain for the moment might prove to be both the moral and the smart thing to do,” writes Andrew Gregory in the Sunday Times. “ Scientists created false narrative over suspected Covid leak from Wuhan lab, say experts” – A documentary alleges that the group “stepped out beyond” the evidence to claim the idea that coronavirus came from a lab was a ‘conspiracy theory’, reports the Telegraph. “ Cops brace for diehard anti-lockdown protesters to flood Melbourne” – Violent scenes have erupted during Melbourne’s anti-lockdown rallies as hundreds of protesters clash with police who have used teargas, pellets and pepper spray, reports the Mail Australia. “ Symptoms of the West – The Week in Review” – Bounrbook Magazine contributors S.D. Wickett and Luke Perry talk about Scottish lockowns, Afghanistan, Incels and more in the latest episode of The Week in Reivew podcast. “ As U.S. Schools Prioritize Diversity Over Merit, China Is Becoming the World’s STEM Leader” – “The only path to global technological leadership is one based on a rigorous, merit-based approach to excellence in mathematics, science, and engineering,” writes Sergiu Klainerman, Percy Deift, and Svetlana Jitomirskaya in Quillette. “ Student who tattooed Covid certificate barcode on his ARM becomes TikTok star” – A student in Italy has become an unexpected TikTok sensation after tattooing the barcode of his Covid certificate on his arm, reports the Sun. “ Arnie’s ‘screw your freedom’ rant about anti-maskers gets him dropped by sponsor” – Days after Arnold Schwarzenegger delivered a rousing video rant about masks where he said “screw your freedom”, one of his sponsors has dropped him, reports the Sun. “ The lockdowns Down Under betray the folly of trying to wipe out Covid” – Either you prepare to live with minimal cases or you have to lock down a whole country when even one person gets the virus, writes Douglas Murray in the Telegraph. “ Mental health helplines see 30% spike during Covid pandemic” – Mental health helplines run by Beyond Blue and Lifeline have seen a 30% spike during the pandemic, compared to the same period before Covid forced Australian cities into multiple lockdowns, reports the Mail Australia. “ The IPCC’s attribution methodology is fundamentally flawed” – “The IPCC’s ‘Optimal Fingerprinting’ methodology on which they have long relied for attributing climate change to greenhouse gases is seriously flawed and its results are unreliable and largely meaningless,” writes Ross McKitrick in Watts Up With That. “ Prince Harry’s eco-warrior credentials take another hit” – “This isn’t the first time that Harry has been caught in hot (or perhaps rapidly rising) water over his eco-credentials,” writes Steerpike in the Spectator. “ Heat pumps ‘worse’ than gas boilers for warming up homes, admits Energy Secretary” – In a Telegraph interview, Kwasi Kwarteng concedes that new green heating technology is “still in its infancy”. “ Of course ‘house negro’ is a racial slur” – “It is incredible that anyone would pretend otherwise,” writes Katharine Birbalsingh in Spiked. “ Sorry Huw: It’s now time to switch off the licence fee ” – “Huw Edwards wanted to pick my brains because he’d just been made presenter of the News. What I really should have said was: ‘Don’t try to cling on for too long,'” writes John Humphrys in the Mail. “ Larkin is being cancelled for his private letters – can’t we separate the art from the artist?” – As we approach Larkin’s centenary, his awful private comments should not prevent us from celebrating the genius of his poetry, writes Simon Heffer in the Telegraph. “ Hartpury University and College in Gloucester is the first educational institution to ban unvaccinated students from living on-site” – Calvin Robinson says on talkRADIO that the move towards mandatory vaccination is the start of a “medical apartheid”.