“More Covid restrictions inevitable, London mayor warns” – “London’s mayor has said he sees no way to avoid more Covid restrictions in the British capital amid a spike in Omicron infections, fearing without them the NHS would be brought to the brink of collapse,” reports RT.
“Another lockdown will only fuel the cancer crisis” – “One of the biggest mistakes made in previous lockdowns was to neglect non-Covid healthcare, cancer especially. As we prepare for an Omicron wave, might we be about to make the same mistake?” asks Professor Gordon Wishart in the Spectator.
“I won’t take another test – and I bet I’m not the only one” – “Another Christmas locked up, with our young children getting no access to their doting grandparents, and vice versa, is almost an unbearable thought,” says an anonymous writer, who gives his reasons for not wishing to take any more Covid tests in the Sunday Times.
“The dystopian future of housing” – Affluent progressives want us all to live in tiny, cramped apartments. If you object, they’ll call you racist, writes Roslyn Fuller in Spiked.
“U.S. Air Force embraces gender pronouns” – “The U.S. Air Force has authorized the use of gender pronouns in electronic signature boxes, further embracing the controversial woke lexicon that other branches of Government were criticized for adopting earlier this year,” reports RT.
“Education is ransomed, not a right” – Liz Cole speaks to Talkradio about her concern that the Government is using the threat of school closures to try and vaccinate Britain’s children.