“ Japanese Researchers Investigate Intracranial Hemorrhage Deaths Possibly Caused by Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine” – Two Japanese medics have written a paper analysing potential adverse events associated with the Covid vaccines in Japan. “ Professor Sunetra Gupta explains the significance of COVID-19 variants.” – How scared should we be of variants? “ The Boys Who Cried Wolf” – Throughout 2020, the media reported a “scientific consensus” about the pandemic’s origins without providing any evidence it was zoonotic. “ GM Warns Chevy Bolt Owners Not to Park Within 50ft of Anything You Care About” – In the wake of a series of severe battery fires, General Motors has just issued a safety recommendation not to park your Chevy Bolt within 50ft of other vehicles, in case it catches fire. “ Rupert Murdoch celebrates his 90th birthday with TV comeback bid” – TalkTV, with its star presenter Piers Morgan, stands to let 90-year-old media mogul show he can succeed where GB News has stumbled. “ The curious lack of opposition to Italy’s vaccine passport” – Protests in Italy against ‘Il Green Pass’ have been pathetic, writes Nicholas Farrell in the Spectator. Why? “ Lone MP puts his head above the parapet for vaccine victims” – A tribute to Sir Christopher Chope in the Conservative Woman. “ Experimental reactor could hand China the holy grail of nuclear energy” – China is due to fire up an experimental nuclear reactor this month that could revolutionise the atomic energy industry. “ Anti-vaxxers in London march against plans to give children Covid jab” – Thousands of vaccine sceptics descended on London yesterday holding signs reading “stay away from our kids” and a boy held a card with “I’m a child, I can’t consent”. “ Bank of England spends £27,000 on diversity consultants” – Payment to Delta Alpha Psi, which increases ‘race fluency’, came weeks before appointment of Oxford-educated white man as Chief Economist. “ Handrails won’t kill you but Covid Hezbollah might!” – In his latest column for the Mail on Sunday, Peter Hitchens laments that people travelling on the London Underground are tumbling down escalators in greater numbers because they are afraid to grasp the handrail for fear of catching Covid. “ Their warnings proved inaccurate, but ‘experts’ still have Boris’s ear” – From the first appearance of the virus, SAGE has been accused of over-egging its predictions in order to frighten Ministers into taking drastic action. “ Now the Lancet U-turns over Covid lab leak theory” – The Lancet has agreed to publish an alternative commentary which discusses the possibility that Chinese laboratory research might have played a role in the emergence of the virus. “ Found out: Facebook’s week of shame” – Somewhere deep within the ranks of Facebook’s 60,000 workers, someone reached breaking point. They downloaded mountains of damning documents and handed them to the Wall St Journal. “ University of Exeter professors ready to rebel over request to use tweets not textbooks” – Professors have branded it an “erosion of standards” and accused senior leaders of pursuing a “Wokefinder General” attitude on campus, reports the Telegraph. “ Prove your Covid status if you want to party, U.K. students told” – Student unions are going further than government guidelines, in an attempt to avoid virus outbreaks like those of last year, according to the Guardian. “ Covid in Australia: we outback nomads are putting the virus in our rear-views” – Every autumn in Australia, a procession of campers migrates from the south of the country to escape the winter and enjoy the sunshine in the north. “ Closure of Covid taskforce leads to ‘brain drain’ ahead of winter” – According to the Independent, the Governmment’s Covid Taskforce is being “hollowed out” just as it might be needed more than ever. “ Melbourne Freedom Protest Highlights” – Video footage of the protests in Melbourne on Saturday. “ Anti-lockdown protests erupt in Melbourne and Sydney” – Anti-lockdown protests erupted across Australia with demonstrators shutting down streets in Melbourne and protestors using an app to navigate around Sydney roadblocks, according to MailOnline. “ Why have British police treated eco activists with kid gloves, when they’ve clamped down so hard on lockdown protesters?” – Astonishing footage of police officers seemingly facilitating an environmental ‘protest’ that brought a motorway to a halt is all the proof you need that law-breaking eco activists are held to a different standard to anti-lockdown protestors, argues Prof Frank Furedi in RT. “ Scientific Distortion: A Tale of Two Paradigms” – The latest blog post from Omar Khan contrasting modelling with empirical data. “ Our leaders have done their utmost to drive wedges between us” – Neil Oliver on GB News says the coming months and how we respond to measures the Government puts in place to try to control the virus will define who we are as a country.