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“ Royal College of Paediatrics head calls for an end to Covid testing in schools ” – Children should not be forced to “carry the burden” of the pandemic, and testing is causing chaos, says Dr. Camilla Kingdon. “ Three reasons not to panic over U.K. infection rate ” – Ministers are quietly confident that this winter will be nothing like as bad as last, despite persistently high infection rates, reports the Mail on Sunday. “ Forget Covid, Britain would have collapsed even with the flu pandemic it had planned for ” – While the U.K. plan talked of “mitigating” the impact of a new virus, the countries that fared best focused on how they intended to stop it, writes Paul Nuki in the Sunday Telegraph. “ We are already seeing the disastrous consequences of Britain’s baby bust ” – The country’s fertility rate reaching a record low will spark profound challenges for our society, writes Paul Morland in the Sunday Telegraph. “ BMA head says forcing GPs to do more face-to-face appointments is ‘harassment’ and ‘discrimination’ ” – The Health Secretary has faced a fierce backlash to his plans from family doctors, who have claimed he was “out of touch“, reports the Telegraph. “ Over a million hospital appointments were cancelled due to Covid ” – More than a million hospital appointments were cancelled due to last winter’s Covid wave (and the response to it), reports the Sun. Now, medics warn “everything possible” must be done to stop widespread postponements this year. “ Did ‘genius’ or fatal flaw guide the U.K.’s Prime Minister to abandon pandemic plans?” – Laura Dodsworth writes on “the mythology of the lockdown-that-happened-too-late” in her latest Substack update. “ There’s still fire in the public’s belly, and we’re seeing more and more of it as Covid fatigue grows ” – Covid restrictions, once an indicator of how easily society is frightened into line, now offer opportunities to prove rebellion isn’t dead yet. As I’ve seen in recent weeks, there’s a quiet revolution going on across the world, writes John S. Lewinski in RT. “ An Alternative Voice: The Censorship Continues as PayPal Shuts Down FLCCC and More Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles Taken Down ” – Unprecedented levels of censorship have accompanied the Covid pandemic, writes TrialSite. “ Divorce judge bans father from seeing daughter, three, unless he gets Covid vaccine ” – The mother’s lawyer praised the ruling of the New York judge presiding over the divorce and custody dispute, reports Metro. “ ‘This is totalitarianism’: Doctor ejected from his U.S. hospital for not being jabbed vows to keep fighting for medical freedom ” – A shocking video of respected anesthesiologist Chris Rake being kicked out of his job has gone viral. He explains to RT why he opposes mandatory Covid vaccinations and is prepared to never practise medicine again. “ Victoria’s lockdown lifted as Dan Andrews amends roadmap to freedom ” – Melbourne will be lifted from lockdown at 11.59pm Thursday under Daniel Andrews’ ‘roadmap’ out of lockdown. “ China Backtracking? ” – “China plans to build more coal-fired power plants and has hinted that it will rethink its timetable to slash emissions, in a significant blow to the U.K.’s ambitions for securing a global agreement on phasing out coal,” writes Paul Homewood in Watts Up With That. “ It is right that the Prime Minister has refused to support Assisted Dying ” – “Pain. To flee it is one of the most human urges. Making sense of it one of the most enduring labours that has plagued the human condition,” writes Bradley Goodwin in Bournbrook Magazine. “ Nasty tweets did not kill David Amess ” – Nor did Angela Rayner. Or anonymous trolls. The response to this suspected Islamist murder is absurd, writes Tom Slater in Spiked. “ We have been in denial about the violent sickness in British society ” – From the far-Right to the scourge of Islamist terror, we have failed to confront the reality now facing us, writes Nick Timothy in the Telegraph. “ Big tech censorship threatens our democracy ” – YouTube recently deleted a speech by David Davis MP speaking out against vaccine passports, and it is just the tip of the iceberg, writes Silkie Carlo in the Telegraph. “ Google now interfering in British democracy, I was deliberately silenced” – “When YouTube (owned by Google) removed my speech that challenged the supposed wisdom of domestic vaccine passports, it shut down the debate,” writes David Davis in the Sunday Express. “ The Distorted Market for Woke Capitalism ” – “The process of awakening corporate America from wokeness will need to be as much a cultural enterprise as it is an exercise in returning business to its proper function in the economy and society more generally,” writes Samuel Gregg in AIER. “ Australia gets worse by the day” – Police in Australia are checking that people’s coffee cups are full to make sure they have a reason to not wear their mask outside.
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