- “What is causing the chaos at airports? Shocking scenes are blamed on airlines and airports not recruiting staff quickly enough to cope with spike in demand after mass layoffs during Covid” – The Mail explains the problem.
- “‘Hard to believe it’s actually happening’: Shanghai to lift Covid lockdown” – Shanghai authorities on Tuesday began dismantling fences around housing compounds and ripping police tape off public squares and buildings before the lifting of a two-month lockdown in China’s largest city at midnight, reports Reuters. It appears the virus has once again evaporated under China’s brutal lockdown; the WHO will be impressed.
- “People with monkeypox symptoms told to quarantine before test results” – The U.K. Health Security Agency (UKHSA) said 11 monkeypox cases were spotted in England over the last 24 hours, while no new cases were found in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland, reports the Mail.
- “We do not know if monkeypox can be contained, warns WHO” – Europe is the “epicentre of the largest and most geographically widespread monkeypox outbreak ever reported” outside of Africa, say the scaremongers at the WHO, according to the Telegraph.
- “Confirmed: 70K people dead within 28 Days of Covid-19 Vaccination in England and 179K dead within 60 Days” – The Daily Exposé summarises the ONS data on deaths following Covid vaccination.
- “Tourist on Japan’s package tour trial tests positive for COVID-19” – As Japan prepares to reopen its borders to international tourists on escorted tours from June 10th, a tourist on a trial tour tests positive for Covid, the Japan Times reports.
- “The Harvard connection” – Was a Fauci-endorsed Chinese donation part of the lab-leak cover up, asks Ashley Rindsberg in Spectator World.
- “Secret deal that could let Pfizer get away with Covid fraud” – Pfizer is confident a federal judge will throw the whistleblower’s case out, not because it lacks merit or evidence, but because some anonymous ‘authority’ has arbitrarily rendered Pfizer exempt from fulfilling any regulations in place to protect the public from harmful drugs, says Serena Wylde in TCW Defending Freedom.
- “Activism: A Write-off and Autopsy” – Come rain or shine, climate apocalypse or grand solar minimum, activists continue to soldier on up the moral high ground, only to be sold down the river on their descent, writes Dustin Broadbery in OffGuardian.
- “Hurricane Activity Close To Lowest On Record In Last Year” – The past 12 months have seen close to the fewest tropical cyclones of major hurricane frequency in more than 40 years, says Paul Homewood in Watts Up With That?
- “The EU’s oil ban is a damp squib” – EU countries have paid over £40 billion to Russia for gas and oil since the invasion, and the bloc is hardly united on the embargo, says Ross Clark in the Spectator.
- “In defence of tanks” – Patrick Benham-Crosswell counters the arguments of the anti-tank movement, and throws in an update on the Ukraine war to boot, in TCW Defending Freedom.
- “Born This Way? The Rise of LGBT as a Social and Political Identity” – Around 20% of Americans under 30 now identify as LGBT, many of them bisexual. Eric Kaufmann reviews the data for CSPI and concludes that while there has been an increase in same-sex behaviour in recent years, sociopolitical factors likely explain most of the rise in LGBT identity.
- “Suella Braverman is right: schools shouldn’t pander to trans pupils” – The Attorney General suggested in an interview that male pupils should not be able to use girls’ toilets and that single-sex schools can indeed restrict admission to children of just one sex, but Joint General Secretary of the NEU Mary Bousted disagrees, telling schools to ignore the “misleading advice from the Attorney General”, writes Debbie Hayton in the Spectator.
- “Tough talk, no action on trans activist policy ” – While ministers wriggle out of responsibility, children are suffering, writes Josephine Bartosch in the Critic.
- “A woke police force is the last thing we need” – Gender ideology and critical race theory corrode justice and hard-won rights, says Joanna Williams in Spiked.
- “Literature is being terrorised by cancel culture” – Even star authors like Anthony Horowitz are being forced to do politically correct rewrites, says Nick Tyrone in Spiked.
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