- “NHS waiting list rises above worst-case scenario” – Those waiting 52 weeks for an operation climbed 5% to 323,000 – worse than the NHS worst-case scenario leaked to the Spectator, according to Michael Simmons.
- “University of Sheffield, Stanford University Identify 1,000 Genes Linked to Severe COVID-19” – Researchers at the University of Sheffield and Stanford University have identified more than 1,000 genes linked to the development of severe COVID-19 cases that required breathing support or were fatal, reports TrialSite News.
- “I’m proof that GPs are too quick to prescribe pills” – The Beyond Pills campaign aims to highlight the over-prescription of unnecessary drugs, something which Sarah Stacey in the Telegraph says she is all too familiar with.
- “Contagious Vaccines: A Warning” – Government-funded research of lab-engineered viruses to create contagious self-spreading vaccines that bypass the consent of citizens – what could go wrong, asks Aaron Kheriaty at Brownstone.
- “The Dangers from Contagious Vaccines” – The next time we have a pandemic it might well be caused by reckless experimentation with contagious vaccines, says Thorsteinn Siglaugsson on his Substack page.
- “Pfizer Phase 3 clinical trial fraud allegations that should be immediately investigated by the FDA” – Steve Kirsch says there are more than a dozen ‘smoking guns’ that indicate that the Pfizer Phase 3 trial was not properly conducted.
- “The Covid Horseshoe explained” – In a time when the whole world seemed to be going mad it was tempting to find common cause with anyone who rejected the official narrative, but this could sometimes lead sceptics down unhelpful paths, writes Derek Winton for Time for Recovery.
- “Climate change: Green energy ‘stagnates’ as fossil fuels dominate” – A new report says that increased demand for energy is being met mainly by coal, oil and gas, according to BBC News.
- “Munich Professor: Role of Methane from Cows on Climate Exaggerated by A Factor Of Three To Four!” – The impact of ruminants on climate has been overestimated by a factor of three to four, according to Professor Wilhelm Windisch of the Technical University of Munich, reports Watts Up With That?
- “Gareth Southgate would be happier as a diversity officer for a county council” – At last it is beginning to dawn on one or two people that while Gareth Southgate may be good at some things, managing a football team certainly isn’t one of them, says Rod Liddle in the Sun.
- “Over half of Britons don’t want trans women in female sport” – Transgender women should not be allowed to compete in female-only competitions, 57% of respondents to a new poll have said, according to the Mail. Only 57%?
- “Trans polling doesn’t tell the whole story” – Debbie Hayton in UnHerd is sceptical about the new poll which finds 46% of Britons think a transwoman is a woman but only 19% think transwomen should be allowed to compete in women’s sports.
- “Britain is in ruins thanks to the failed dogmas of our permanent Leftist elite” – Tony Blair has had the last laugh – the European Court fiasco shows who really rules in the U.K., says Allister Heath in the Telegraph.
- “Unilever accused of hiding Ben & Jerry’s Israel boycott from shareholders” – Unilever is being sued by a U.S. investor over claims it hid a boycott of Israel by its Ben & Jerry’s ice cream brand that wiped billions of dollars off its stock market value, reports the Telegraph.
- “We are sacrificing our children on the altar of a brutal, far-Left ideology” – Jordan Peterson writes for the Telegraph that the medical profession is crumbling in response to radical transgender activists.
- “An unapologetic defence of free speech” – Greg Lukianoff talks to Brendan O’Neill on Spiked about the new fight for liberty in America.
- “BBC butterflies” – The BBC is being infiltrated by trans ideology despite assurances about impartiality, writes Reith Hancock in the Critic.
- “Comedy gold. Bodily autonomy as long as we agree with it” – You can actually see the cognitive dissonance on their faces as ‘my body, my choice’ abortion protestors are questioned about their support for vaccine mandates.
If you have any tips for inclusion in the round-up, email us here.
Profanity and abuse will be removed and may lead to a permanent ban.