“The Government’s scientific advisers are finally losing their grip” – “It seemed at one time that our weak and malleable Prime Minister would forever be at the grip of SAGE and their scary graphs. However, events in the Christmas and New Year period reveal that the Government’s scientific advisers are finally losing their grip,” argues William Parker in Bournbrook Magazine.
“How likely is reinfection following Covid recovery?” – “We have looked at the published evidence and can conclude based on the existing body of evidence, that reinfections are very rare, if at all, and based on typically a few instances with questionable confirmation of an actual case of re-infection,” writes Paul Elias Alexander for the Brownstone Institute.
“Why it’s time to embrace ‘Plan Living With Covid’” – “There’s those who favour a light touch approach and those who want imposed restraint. Perhaps now is the moment we can look beyond these arguments, toward a near future where Covid lives with us and we with it,” writes Dr. Chris Smith in the Telegraph.
“How the woke’s war on words took over 2021” – Language has been the most important terrain on which the culture war has been fought. But in 2021, the policing of words gained unprecedented momentum to reach nonsensical levels, says Frank Furedi in RT.
“Seven ways in which the left is now the right” – “One major way it’s distinct from those other strands is that it has adopted many ideas that are fundamentally right-wing or conservative,” writes Dr. Noah Carl in his latest Substack update.
“The greatest curtailment of liberty” – Toby appears on the Sketch Notes On podcast to talk about the Government’s relentless campaign of fear to ‘nudge’ the public into complying with lockdown restrictions.