- “Besieged Boris Johnson suggests he may refuse to accept partygate verdict” – The former Prime Minister is defiant as he dismisses allegations he misled Commons as “complete nonsense”, reports the Telegraph.
- “Ex-Tony Blair spinner Alastair Campbell branded ‘sick’ and ‘beyond help’ by Tories after he questions how ill Boris Johnson really was when he caught Covid in 2020 and spent three days in intensive care” – The ex-Labour PR chief, famed for his potty mouth and angry outbursts, responded to a follower who asked “does anyone actually believe that Johnson nearly died of Covid?” by saying “no”, reports the Mail.
- “Nobody wants to confront the truth about lockdown” – Three years on from the original decision, we’ve learnt almost nothing, says Madeline Grant in the Telegraph.
- “Still Open Season on Scientists” – Tom Jefferson and Carl Heneghan on the unsatisfactory response of the New York Times to their complaint.
- “The U.K. Government’s attempt to frighten people into Covid protective behaviours was at odds with its scientific advice” – Susan Michie and other pro-lockdown psychologists claim in the BMJ that the fear porn was all the Government and ran contrary to the scientific advice it was being given.
- “Inside the PPE waste scandal – and the top civil servants who still think it was money well spent” – Bought during the pandemic, a huge stockpile of protective equipment now lies unwanted, and half of it is set to be burned, reports the Telegraph.
- “Excess deaths, correlation study” – Watch Dr. John Campbell discuss a new study that finds a link between the 2021 COVID-19 vaccination uptake in Europe and 2022 excess all-cause mortality.
- “Tucker: This new footage of Dr. Fauci is amazing” – Watch on Fox News recently unearthed footage of Dr. Fauci in 2021 speaking with D.C. residents about the Covid vaccines.
- “World Energy Data Confirm Fossil Fuels Will Dominate Future Global Energy Use” – “The OECD nations cannot stop this from happening and, despite their nefarious efforts otherwise, cannot conceal this global energy growth and fuel use (as well as emissions growth) reality,” writes Larry Hamlin in WUWT.
- “How Elon Musk’s tweets unleashed a wave of hate” – The BBC’s Disinformation Correspondent Marianna Spring writes about herself again as she claims Musk’s response to her investigation “highlights how abuse is thriving on the platform”.
- “Nobody mention crime fighting – Casey Report marks policing’s total capitulation to the Left” – Robert James in TCW says the “equality and diversity monomaniacs” have grabbed their opportunity to “complete their takeover of the capital’s policing”. He highlights one nugget worthy of special mention: “London’s communities of colour are both over-policed and under-protected.” Right.
- “Guilt by association” – Petra Bueskens in Spectator Australia writes that when Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and progressive party leaders such as the Greens’ Adam Bandt define gender critical feminists as associating with ‘neo-Nazis’, “we have a gross misrepresentation at play and one that anyone participating in this charade should be ashamed of”. Petra also writes on the subject in UnHerd.
- “Humza Yousaf claims U.K. Government is ‘foreign’ in final SNP leadership debate” – The frontrunner to succeed Nicola Sturgeon also says he will go to court to protect her gender reforms, reports the Telegraph. I guess he missed the bit where those reforms brought down his predecessor.
- “Detransitioned Teen Girl Sues Kaiser Permanente Over Gender Transition Gone Wrong” – A detransitioned teen is suing Kaiser Permanente hospital because doctors removed her breasts during her transgender procedure when she was 13, the Epoch Times reports.
- “Barbie Kardashian and Ireland’s trans madness” – Why are politicians so incapable of answering basic questions about biology, asks Brendan O’Neill in the Spectator.
- “The chilling truth about my cancellation” – Claire Fox in the Telegraph says she wasn’t the victim when a university vetoed her talk: “It was the young people failed by snowflake adults.” Claire is also interviewed in Spiked.
- “‘It’s hardly an abuse of someone’s rights.’ ‘It’s a breach of free speech!’” – James Schneider and Toby clash on GB News over whether it was right for a university debating society to ‘no-platform’ Baroness Claire Fox because she re-tweeted a transgender joke.
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