“ Fury as council creates ‘vaccine apartheid’ among schoolchildren” – Parents label Suffolk county council “completely hysterical” after it introduces different rules for vaccinated and unvaccinated pupils, reports the Telegraph. “ Parents threaten to sue if their kids are given jabs without consent” – The 17 parents of kids in years seven, eight and nine at a school, in Newquay, Cornwall, have served a “cease and desist” legal notice on a school if kids are given Covid jabs without parental consent. “ Pfizer admits to using aborted fetal tissue in developing its vaccines. So can Christians sign up for a jab exemption now?” – For billions of faithful around the world, abortion is considered first-degree murder, yet fetal tissue is being used to develop Covid vaccines. While some may argue that ‘killing a life to save millions’ is fine, many disagree, writes Robert Bridge in Russia Today. “ Now scientists have confirmed that natural immunity is more effective than vaxxed immunity, why can’t I have my freedoms back?” – I’ve got immunity from having had the virus, so where’s my permanent health pass and end to testing hell? Governments are ignoring an avalanche of clinical studies proving the Covid-recovered could simply be left alone, writes Rachel Marsden in Russia Today. “ France’s political elite created Eric Zemmour” – Love him or loath him, Eric Zemmour is a breath of fresh air in French politics, writes Gavin Mortimer in the Spectator. “ Build Back Boris!” – He is no longer the man he was, writes Petronella Wyatt in the Spectator. “ If only there was a wise man in charge ” – It’s extraordinary that Boris Johnson made no reference to Christmas in his performance (sorry, great conference speech) in Manchester on Wednesday, writes John Humphrys in the Mail. “ Nicola Sturgeon accused of trying to win Scottish independence by waiting for older Unionists to die” – The First Minister has been described as “cold-hearted” after saying “demographics” meant delaying the referendum could increase her chances of winning. “ How tech revolutions happen” – “E-people are even more blithely oblivious of traffic laws than the troglodytes in Lycra,” writes Lionel Shriver in the Spectator. “ Energy is being used as a weapon, warns Defence Secretary” – The Russian grip on gas supplies puts security at risk, Number 10 warns, amid fears the new NordStream Two pipeline could be used as a “tool of coercion”, reports the Telegraph. “ Our feckless Government has condemned Britain to a decade of crippling energy crises” – The Tories inherited a plan to build a fleet of new nuclear power stations. Now we are at just the start of a disastrous crunch, writes Juliet Samuel in the Telegraph. “ Government refusal of North Sea natural gas field is irrational” – The Global Warming Policy Forum has criticised the Government’s decision to halt further natural gas development in the North Sea in the middle of a deepening energy crisis as bizarre and irrational. “ Google, YouTube to prohibit ads and monetisation on climate denial content” – It’s one of the most aggressive measures any major tech platform has taken to combat climate change ‘misinformation’, reports Axios. “ English Football has long been singing to the Saudi Toon” – “The entire sport is irredeemably corrupted and incorrigibly venal. We might as well enjoy the decline – turn on, Toon in and cop out,” writes Collingwood in Bournbrook Magazine. “ Taking on the identity mob: let’s hope the defence of Kathleen Stock is a sign of things to come” – The runaway trans-orthodoxy express unexpectedly hit the buffers yesterday, writes Ian Acheson in CapX. “ The disgraceful hounding of Kathleen Stock by Sussex trans rights warriors is cancel culture at its worst” – “For the sake of other academics who’ve been targeted by campus activists for ‘wrongthink’, let’s hope the university authorities can find out who’s responsible for this disgusting campaign and bring them to justice,” writes Toby in Mail+. “ BBC managers issued new woke training manual” – BBC managers have been advised to keep their blood sugar levels high so they do not make mistakes due to tiredness which could lead to racially profiling job candidates, reports the Mail. “ Libertarian James Bond” – James Bond is ‘back’ with an explosive new libertarian film filled with action, intrigue, and a lengthy discussion of Federal Reserve monetary policy.