“The Case for Vaccine Mandates – Refuted” – Fear of unvaccinated people does not give the Government grounds to launch a preemptive strike forcing people to get vaccinated – or to force employers to do their dirty work for them, writes Jon Hersey in Fee.
“Why are we so afraid of nuclear power?” – “To continue our present civilisation, we need a steady supply of energy. We could easily have had it by now from safely controlled nuclear fission,” writes James Lovelock in the Spectator.
“What’s really behind the net-zero zealotry of big businesses?” – “Small businesses are struggling to engage with the Government’s net-zero agenda because they lack ‘bandwidth’, by which he meant that they didn’t have dedicated sustainability officers and the like whose entire jobs revolve around environmental issues,” writes Ross Clark in the Spectator.
“The madness of Net Zero” – Bjorn Lomborg and Brendan O’Neill discuss the dangers of green virtue-signalling in the latest Spiked podcast.
“De Kock sorry for not taking a knee” – South Africa’s Quinton de Kock apologises after refusing to take a knee against the West Indies in a cricket match and says he is “not a racist”, reports BBC News.