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“ SAGE models need a reality check” – Rather than the advisory group SAGE listening, debating and adjusting its hypotheses, dissenting voices have been quashed, writes Clare Craig in Reaction. “ Failure to share Covid vaccines equally is ‘immoral and stupid’, says U.N. chief” – The WHO global vaccination plan calls for $8 billion to ensure 40% of the world’s population is covered by the end of the year, reports the Telegraph. “ Humanity will win the war on Covid” – “Whatever medical interventions we deploy against Covid, it is vital that they are subjected to proper trials and scrutiny,” writes Rob Lyons in Spiked. “ Wales draws up emergency Covid plan to stop NHS being overwhelmed” – The “Urgent” plan could mean restrictions – but the Government says the most likely scenario is that the country will remain at ‘Alert Level Zero’. “ Northern Ireland axes social distancing in bars and restaurants and allows nightclubs to reopen” – The one-metre rule will be removed for the hospitality sector from October 31st – the same day nightclubs will be allowed to reopen – with dancing finally allowed again, reports Sky News. “ Ivermectin: How false science created a Covid ‘miracle’ drug” – Thousands worldwide have taken ivermectin to fight Covid. But what’s the evidence? Here’s the BBC’s take. “ The dangers of the Nobel Prize” – Why was the inventor of lobotomies given science’s highest honour, asks Stuart Ritchie in UnHerd. “ Fauci Careful with His Words Yet Still Misrepresents That Vaccinated Don’t Spread the Virus” – “Dr. Anthony Fauci should know better than to declare with so much data now available on waning vaccine effectiveness that the main reason to get the vaccine is to not transmit the disease to others,” writes TrialSite. “ Republican senator booed by own crowd after suggesting they ‘ought to think about’ getting Covid vaccine” – Senator Lindsey Graham was met with boos at a conservative event after he tried to promote Covid vaccination to the crowd, reports Russia Today. “ IBM latest company to tell U.S. employees to get vaccinated” – The tech company, which employs more than 100,000 people in the U.S. told American workers that it must comply with President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate for federal contractors, reports MailOnline. “ Trudeau mandates Covid jabs for all travelers, federal workers” – Trudeau says only a “limited” number of medical exemptions will be made for those who are un-jabbed and want to travel or work in the public service. “ Government’s switch to greener fuel was ‘major factor’ behind petrol crisis” – Petrol retailers were “emptying their tanks” for the switchover to E10 fuel when garages were swiftly drained by panic buying, reports the Telegraph. “ It’s no wonder young people have ‘eco-anxiety’” – “If children are suffering from ‘eco-anxiety’, there ought to be a pretty easy cure – namely for government, media, schools and everyone else to dial down the scaremongering and offer more reasoned coverage,” writes Ross Clark in the Spectator. “ The Facebook whistle-blower is just another enemy of free speech” – “By positioning herself as a Silicon Valley renegade, Haugen gives those in Washington the perfect stick with which to beat the last bits of freedom of speech which exist on major online platforms,” writes Frederick Edward in Bournbrook Magazine. “ A tone deafness epidemic is sweeping the nation – and the Tories are at the heart of it” – For all the Prime Minister’s talk of levelling up and building back better, they’re so out of touch with the electorate it shames us all, writes Judith Woods in the Telegraph. “ Justin Trudeau uses latest sexual identities acronym 2SLGBTQQIA+” – Justin Trudeau has been mocked online for using the latest sexual identities acronym, 2SLGBTQQIA+, in a tweet – which includes the number and letter “2S” which stands for “Two-spirit”, reports MailOnline. “ Badges of obedience” – Behind the NHS Rainbow is compulsory training and enforced ideology, writes Caroline Ffiske in the Critic. “ Critical Race Theory’s new disguise” – A rebranded campaign for ‘equity’ is just as divisive, writes Ayaan Hirsi Ali in UnHerd. “ ‘Suddenly, we’ve gone into violent reverse-gear’” – David Starkey tells talkRADIO: “We do need to sound the alarm. There’s a risk that we’ve got a Chinese virus, and we’ll finish up with a Chinese society.”
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