“ Hydrogen: U.K. government sees future in low-carbon fuel – but what’s the reality?” – The Government claims hydrogen could meet one-third of the country’s energy demand by 2050. But is that true, asks Tom Baxter in the Conversation. “ The Sweden experiment: how no lockdowns led to better mental health, a healthier economy and happier schoolchildren” – While Sweden’s decision to stay open throughout the pandemic generated international debate, the controversy passed most people in Sweden by, writes the Telegraph. “ Woke civil servants sneer at ‘uneducated voters and rise of fascism’” – At least 300 employees have joined the UKGovcamp event forum to discuss issues relating to central and local government – and it was a wokefest, according to the Mail on Sunday. “ Larry Elder Promises to Repeal Vaccine and Mask Mandates if he Becomes California Governor” – Long time conservative talk radio host and current California gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder has vowed to repeal vaccine mandates if he ends up replacing current Governor Gavin Newsom. “ Rescue dogs shot dead by NSW council due to COVID-19 restrictions” – Several impounded dogs have been shot by a rural council to prevent people coming to visit them and spreading the virus, reports the Sydney Morning Herald. “ The Government is selling us a pup on heat pumps” – The Business Secretary’s admission that heat pumps are still worse than conventional boilers is a damning indictment of net zero targets, writes Ross Clark in the Telegraph. “ Ten reasons why the jab must never be mandatory” – Abir Ballan in the Conservative Woman argues that the jab must never be mandatory. “ Police pin hopes on ‘rainbow cars’ to drive out hate crime” – Forces across the U.K. have painted their cars with rainbow colours to encourage people to report racist, homophobic and transphobic posts on social media, reports the Telegraph. Shouldn’t they be policing our streets, not our tweets? “ Biden’s woke presidency is a self-indulgent luxury the West can no longer afford” – The US President should have spent more time worrying about Afghanistan, and less competing to be the world’s wokest leader, writes Calvin Robinson in the Telegraph. “ We must fight the normalisation of masks” – The zero Covid campaign’s bid to make masks political is no substitute for a proper understanding of their costs, says Colin Axon in the Telegraph. “ Cambridge museum to explain ‘whiteness’ of its sculptures under anti-racism campaign” – “You might understand this coming from a student, but the idea that this has been approved by the Faculty is as terrifying as it is comical,” a Cambridge don tells the Telegraph. “ How Jacinda Ardern’s ‘fortress New Zealand’ strategy risks crumbling” – The Prime Minister’s zero-Covid strategy is falling apart, argue critics, with controls and lockdown restrictions battering the country. “ Trump booed at rally after telling supporters to ‘take the vaccine’” – Donald Trump was booed by supporters on Saturday at a rally in Cullman, Alabama after encouraging them to get vaccinated against COVID-19, reports the Daily Mail. “ The latest lessons in Covid management from Israel” – Will no one rid us of our Covid-dementors? Gladys Berejiklian says restrictions could remain in place after 80% of the population of New South Wales have been double jabbed. Prof Ramesh Thakur, writing in the Spectator Australia, is unimpressed. “ Mask-wearers and New Zealand languish in a Covid prison, but the rest of us are finally free” – Rod Liddle says in the Sunday Times that the British public won’t accept another lockdown. “ Reinfection protection vs vaccine protection” – Gabriel Crouse in the Daily Friend scrutinises the claim by several prominent pro-vaxxers that being double jabbed offers better protection against infection than natural immunity and concludes it’s baloney. “ Lockdowns can’t go on, admits Australian PM” – As lockdown protests escalate in New South Wales, Australia’s PM says they cannot continue, reports the Times. “ The direction the school was heading in… if one person gets upset by an idea then debate was cancelled” – Sacked Eton teacher Will Knowland is interviewed by Andrew Doyle on GB News after being cleared of professional misconduct.