“Labour’s dismal lockdown performance” – “We need an opposition who oppose the dismantling of ancient civil liberties, not one who cheers it on and claims such encouragement is based on a sentiment of national pride,” writes Jamie Walden in Bournbrook Magazine.
“Judgement day: Sweden vindicated” – “Austria, one of the most repressive European countries during the Covid pandemic, has recently overtaken Sweden in terms of total Covid mortality, showing that almost all government interventions have been ineffective and unjustified,” concludes Swiss Policy Research.
“D.C. to ban unvaccinated from public spaces” – “Washington D.C. has joined a growing number of cities around the U.S. requiring proof of vaccination in order to enter a litany of public spaces, citing the rapid spread of the Covid Omicron variant,” reports RT.
“Will nobody rid me of this turbulent priest?” – “Why bother going to a church service – or watching Welby faff about in his kitchen – when you can get just the same waffle from any of the thousands of organs propagandising for the modern hegemonic liberal worldview?,” asks Frederick Edward in Bournbrook Magazine.
“Politics must stay out of sport, or sport won’t stay out of politics” – Anyone listening to the crowds at the World Darts Championship should know that anti-Government chants at sports venues would inevitably occur elsewhere. Now it is Scottish football’s turn to verbally retaliate against the latest set of restrictions imposed on the game and its fans.