- “Matt Hancock Covid memoirs censored over Wuhan lab leak comments” – The ex-Health Secretary was warned to steer clear of China criticism by Government officials after he said Beijing’s explanation “just doesn’t fly”, the Telegraph reports.
- “No one believed the Covid Wuhan lab leak theory – then the world changed its tune” – The Telegraph‘s Sarah Knapton runs through the evidence for a Wuhan lab leak.
- “Matt Hancock should be arrested for wilful misconduct in public office” – The slithy tove can – and must – be dragged before a Select Committee and made to answer for his actions and the vast hurt they have caused, says Allison Pearson in the Telegraph.
- “Why the Body Attacks Itself after COVID-19 Vaccination” – Autoimmunity is a direct consequence of poorly conceived genetic vaccines, writes Dr. Peter McCullough as he summarises his new paper.
- “Ron DeSantis’s Letter to Biden on Behalf of Novak Djokovic” – The Florida Governor writes to the President to plead on behalf of the tennis legend, in Brownstone.
- “The greatest lie told during Covid” – El Gato Malo with his version of the iatrogenesis hypothesis – though one which carefully avoids suggestions he’s aiming for ABC (Anything But Covid).
- “Weight loss jab to be offered to tens of thousands of obese people on the NHS” – Experts say the ‘game-changing’ drug semaglutide, which has been approved by NICE, can achieve what was only possible through surgery, reports the Telegraph.
- “Mark Steyn wears his Ofcom ‘death sentence’ with pride but this is a tragedy for British broadcasting” – TCW‘s Kathy Gyngell with a full-throated defence of the ex-GB News host.
- “New Ulez cameras vandalised amid backlash against zone expansion” – Several newly installed Ulez cameras in south London have been vandalised as the backlash against Sadiq Khan’s planned expansion of the zone grows, the Telegraph reports.
- “How heat pumps leave some homes so cold people are ripping them out – and even happy owners urge caution: Is the plan to replace our boilers wise?” – Users have told This is Money about a litany of problems associated with the technology.
- “How long can the First Amendment survive the new, unwritten woke blasphemy laws?” – Every society seems to need taboos, no-go areas, de facto blasphemy laws, writes Dan Hannan in the Washington Examiner, as he fears for freedom in America.
- “Ngozi Fulani attacks Buckingham Palace as she steps down from charity role after race row” – The Chief Executive of Sistah Space resigns as she says the organisation has suffered as a result of the race row with Lady Susan Hussey, the Telegraph reports.
- “Men in Scotland who loudly boast about sexual conquests in public could face jail” – An SNP report proposes five new laws and tougher penalties to protect women and criminalise misogynistic behaviour – but no similar restrictions on women’s conduct, reports the Telegraph.
- “Nord Stream Update: German media report that state investigators believe a six-person team, likely from Ukraine, planted the explosives at the beginning of September” – Eugyppius is sceptical of this conveniently-timed intelligence that takes the heat off the U.S.
- “Woke culture is strangling comedy” – The concept of ‘punching up/down’ is no way to decide who can mock what, says Julie Burchill in the Spectator.
- “Rishi Sunak launches review of sex education in schools” – MPs welcome the PM’s news following revelations that children were being taught “age inappropriate” material in class, the Telegraph reports.
- “What the Tucker Tapes have revealed about January 6th” – The Spectator‘s Freddy Gray says the footage exposes the January 6th Congressional Select Committee as a sham trial that left out anything that ran contrary to the politically convenient narrative.
- “‘Leaders’ led a damaging assault on us all, weaponising fear and imposing unnecessary harmful lockdowns and more” – Watch the Together Declaration’s Alan Miller tell TalkTV’s Julia Hartley-Brewer that “we’re organised now and we will defend and uphold our freedoms and rights robustly together”.
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