- “Deaths among the ghost population” – Dr. Clare Craig finds heavy biases in the ONS deaths by vaccination status data by analysing those excluded from the ONS statistics.
- “The New York Times is wrong. Mask mandates didn’t do ‘nothing’. They wrought havoc.” – The New York Times opinion piece on masks is wrong, says Laura Dodsworth. It’s not true that mask mandates did nothing: they damaged us all.
- “Mask Mandates in Healthcare Facilities are the Evilest of them All” – “Of all the odious evils prosecuted by the Government and medical establishments throughout the pandemic, mask mandates remain the paradigmatic visual symbol of the senseless capital-‘S’ Science quackery so destructive to society that contributed nothing towards mitigating covid disease or transmission,” writes Aaron Hertzberg in Brownstone.
- “Resolving the Winter Hospital Crises” – Will NHS England’s plan for winter pressures make a difference, ask Carl Heneghan and Tom Jefferson.
- “Whatever happened to Pfizer’s Covid vaccine trial in pregnant women?” – The trial began in 2021, but over a year after the last woman was enrolled, the company just admitted it still doesn’t have the data, writes Maryanne Demasi.
- “In defence of Andrew Bridgen and his pursuit of the truth about the vaccines” – Rupert Lowe in TCW writes in support of the courageous and beleaguered MP.
- “Who killed the car industry?” – The British state’s green diktats are making drivers’ lives a misery, writes James Woudhuysen in Spiked.
- “Los Angeles has first blizzard warning in decades” – As much as five feet of snow could fall in some areas of usually balmy Southern California, reports the Telegraph.
- “Why Toby Young is giving our keynote lecture” – Roger Watson, as President of the National Conference of University Professors, defends in Times Higher Education his decision to invite Toby to give the annual lecture, against critics who think the free speech crisis is a myth.
- “The Power of Woke: How Leftist Ideology Is Undermining Our Society and Economy” – Allen Mendenhall writes for Mises Wire that “wokeness is poisoning the Western workplace and constraining small and family businesses, mid-sized banks, and entrepreneurs while enriching powerful corporations and billionaires”.
- “Publisher to release uncensored versions of Roald Dahl classics after backlash” – The publisher of Roald Dahl has announced that it will produce uncensored versions of his stories following a backlash over changes to his work, the Telegraph reports.
- “The collected rewritings of Roald Dahl” – A Substack summary of the changes made by the publisher and the backlash.
- “Sign our Government petition to make the Equality Act clear” – Sex Matters with everything you need to know about its campaign to amend the Equality Act to make clear that sex means sex.
- “School that banned skirts forced to close as outraged students refuse to attend classes” – Pupils rebel against the diktat to wear only trousers or knee-length shorts after teachers say girls “roll skirts to an inappropriate length”, the Telegraph reports.
- “Have sanctions really hurt Russia?” – If anything, Europe has come off worse from the decision, argues Philip Pilkington in UnHerd.
- “Put word woman back into health advice, NHS told: Doctors and nurses among 1,400-strong petition demanding U-turn on woke, gender-inclusive language” – Gender-specific terms have been quietly scrubbed on official NHS England advice sites under a woke inclusivity drive and a petition is demanding they return, reports the Mail.
- “I’m a black physician, and I’m appalled by mandated implicit bias training” – The malignant false assumption that black people are inherently inferior intellectually has been traded in for the malignant false assumption that white people are inherently racist, writes Marilyn Singleton in the Washington Post (yes, really).
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