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“ Government paves way to bring in tough ‘Plan B’ Covid rules ” – Councils are being consulted over support for measures such as vaccine passports amid warnings by senior doctors that NHS faces winter illness ‘triple whammy’, reports the Observer. “ The lockdown myths need to be challenged ” – Calls for more restrictions are all too often based on a flawed understanding of what is really happening, writes Raghib Ali in the Sunday Telegraph. “ The new public health despotism ” – Draconian rules are suppressing our humanity, writes Matthew B. Crawford in UnHerd. “ Rishi Sunak to spend billions to digitise NHS ” – The Chancellor is to give the health service another ‘boost’ by paying for new technology, hospitals and maintenance, reports the Sunday Telegraph. “ Forget vaccine mandates and mass screening – reason must prevail” – The Government risks doing enormous harm with their ‘one-size-fits-none’ interventions to tackling the virus, like vaccine passports, writes Alex Starling in Reaction. “ Building back dodgier with Del Boy Johnson ” – “This expression ‘build back better’, constantly reiterated across the globe with suspicious synchronicity, seems to be the Prime Minister’s mantra ,” writes Sean Walsh in du jour TCW Defending Freedom. “ A Test for the Public – The Week in Review” – Michael Curzon, S.D. Wickett and Luke Perry discuss the latest Covid stories in Bournbrook Magazine’s regular podcast. “ Austria considers lockdown that will only stop unjabbed from going out ” – Austrian Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg announced the news late on Friday during a meeting with state-level leaders to discuss a national response to increasing infection numbers. “ Net Zero target relies on rise in windy days ” – The disclosure prompts questions over the accuracy of the CCC’s claims about the feasibility of meeting net zero by 2050, writes Edward Malnick in the Sunday Telegraph. “ Boris Johnson should trust the market to solve climate change ” – “We still don’t have a clear estimate from the Government on the cost of reaching net zero by 2050,” writes Annabel Denham in the Spectator. “ My Grandfather’s Son by Justice Clarence Thomas – a review ” – “It made me realise more wholly that the firmest ideological beliefs, in Thomas’ case austere conservatism, are formed most definitively in the realisations we gain from lived experiences,” writes William Parker in Bournbrook Magazine. “ Parents who are occasionally abrupt with their children may be guilty of ‘mild neglect’, says NSPCC ” – Parents who fall into the category of ‘mild neglect’ may warrant a “targeted short-term intervention” by the local authority or agency, reports the Telegraph. “ Who had the right to deny a dying man the comfort of a priest?” – “I was shocked by how furious I was when I learned that a Roman Catholic priest had been told by police that he could not enter the building where Sir David Amess had been stabbed to give him the last rites,” writes Peter Hitchens in the Mail on Sunday. “ Assange supporters rally in London, as U.S. prepares new extradition attempt ” – Supporters of Julian Assange have gathered in London to demand freedom for the jailed WikiLeaks founder. Meanwhile, the U.S. is preparing a fresh legal fight to extradite Assange and try him for espionage, reports RT. “ ‘Woke capitalism is killing democracy’ ” – Vivek Ramaswamy talks to Spiked about how social justice took over the corporate world. “ The man who wants to wake us up to Woke Racism ” – Academic John McWhorter is on a mission to highlight the absurdities of America’s new ‘religion’ – and it could be heading to Britain, reports the Telegraph. “ The Betrayal Of Our Gay Inheritance” – How has the new trans left come to resemble the old religious right, asks Andrew Sullivan in his latest Substack update. “ The trans assault on freedom ” – Gender ideology is not about liberation – it is about coercion and control, writes Frank Furedi in Spiked. “ ‘I will refuse another lockdown’” – A caller tells talkRADIO: “I’m completely done with it. We’ve all been vaccinated. That’s what they said would take us out of this.”
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