“ Eightfold rise in number waiting more than six weeks for cancer tests” – Michelle Mitchell, the Chief Executive of Cancer Research U.K., says the figures are worrying and warns that “lives are at stake”, reports the Sunday Telegraph. “ Self-isolate with Covid symptoms even if you test negative” – New guidance comes after several patients, primarily in Bath, Bristol and Swindon, received negative PCR results but positive lateral flow tests, creating confusion over whether they should self-isolate, reports MailOnline. “ Meet the Covid Comfortables: The middle classes who got richer in the pandemic” – They’re lockdown’s dirty little secret – the white collar workers who became better off, while others lost their lives and livlihoods. “ How to survive our tragedy” – Covid has receded – but will pride and hubris doom humanity, asks Terry Eagleton in UnHerd. “ Covid Madness: World Tour – The Week in Review” – Michael Curzon and S.D. Wickett discuss the latest Covid madness across the western world in the latest Bournbrook Magazine podcast. “ The anguish behind a loving father’s hostile tweet” – Sally Beck writes in defence of cartoonist Bob Moran in TCW Defending Freedom. “ Covid may have evolved nine years ago in a Chinese mineworker, U.S. expert claims” – Samples of a miner’s puzzling disease were sent to researchers in Wuhan for study, from where they may have escaped into the population, reports the Telegraph. “ Unvaccinated drinkers not welcome as Hereford bar re-opens” – A Hereford bar has asked that unvaccinated drinkers stay away as they re-open their doors. “ Doctors Have No Say Anymore – Hospital Administration Decide What to Prescribe and Rest Assured They Align with Feds” – “The hospital administration instructs the doctors what they can and what they cannot use for Covid patients,” writes TrialSite. “ Australian cop quits after bombshell interview, claims most colleagues ‘suffering’ and don’t want to enforce tough Covid rules” – A female officer with Victoria Police, who served for 16 years, has resigned in protest against the use of police to enforce Covid rules, saying in an interview that a “great majority” of her colleagues shared her sentiments. “ A Letter to the BBC” – TrialSite has published a letter by Dr. Tess Lawrie, Director of the British Ivermectin Recommendation Development Group, to Jack Goodman of the BBC. “ BBC twists history to smear people as fascist dupes” – The distortion of the past is getting out of control. The truth is available to only a privileged few with good memories or access to crumbling, forgotten archives, writes Peter Hitchens in the Mail on Sunday. “ We can no longer afford to ignore the energy on our doorstep” – We would all love clean energy, but however quickly we try to grapple with it, we will remain reliant on fossil fuels for years to come, writes Ross Clark in the Telegraph. “ Insulate Britain gives Boris Johnson ultimatum or will ‘unleash hell’” – Activists from Insulate Britain plan to cause more misery by yet again blocking major roads in a series of sit-down protests on Wednesday, reports the Mail on Sunday. “ Free speech is a moral issue” – Efforts to shut down dissenting voices must be resisted by university authorities, reads the Telegraph ‘view’ on Saturday. “ Will ‘Red Tory’ Johnsonism win the next election or collapse under its own contradictions?” – “Few at the top of Government think the next few months will be ‘hitch-free’,” writes Tim Shipman in the Times. “ Teachers who use term ‘white privilege’ should be reported as extremists says MP” – Tory Jonathan Gullis says teachers who use the phrase “white privilege” should be reported to Prevent as it is “extremist ideology”, reports the Telegraph. “ Welsh village called Nelson on list of ‘problematic’ places” – The Settlement, which is named after a pub, has been added to a council list because Admiral Nelson “opposed abolition” of slavery, reports the Telegraph. “ Alexander Armstrong: ‘Our institutions are spineless – they’ll never put up a fight’” – The TV host fears cancel culture and the “terror of offence” threaten all aspects of life, from books to being able to laugh together, reports the Telegraph. “ ‘I’m terrible, aren’t I?’” – Insulate Britain spokesman Liam Norton admits on talkRADIO that he is a “hypocrite” for not insulating his own home.