- “What really happened in Boris Johnson’s Covid bunker” – The Sunday Times has an extract from Anthony Seldon’s new biography of Boris Johnson revealing what really went on in Number 10 during the first lockdown.
- “Death of meritocracy in Britain” – Historian Dominic Sandbroook comes to the defence of meritocracy in the Mail.
- “Dominic Raab’s exit is a victory for the Blob” – John Oxley in UnHerd says Dominic Raab’s resignation is a victory for the Whitehall blob.
- “Dominic Raab’s treatment shows why we shouldn’t subject MPs to bogus enquiries” – A readiness to remove politicians by non-democratic means sets a dangerous precedent, argues Dan Hannan in the Telegraph.
- “Are excess deaths on the increase?” – Carl Heneghan and Tom Jefferson take a look at the latest excess death data in Trust the Evidence.
- “Britain suffers cancer crisis after pandemic prioritised Covid” – Cancer operations were cancelled by the NHS on a scale seen almost nowhere else in Western Europe, with deaths from some types of the disease tripling, according to a new report. In the Telegraph.
- “Moderna hid serious side effects suffered by its Covid vaccine recipients when it reported clinical trial results for the shot” – Moderna scientists said in a 2021 paper no mRNA jab recipients in the trial had suffered “serious adverse effects”. In fact, 14 ultimately did, including three miscarriages. No placebo recipients did, says Alex Berenson.
- “New Pfizer Document – Pregnancy and Lactation Cumulative Review” – The Naked Emperor looks at the latest tranche of documents released by the giant pharmaceutical company.
- “Doctor told wife Covid jab was safe. Days later he died” – When Charlotte Wright heard that her doctor husband would be among the first to receive the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine she was delighted. Days later he was dead, she tells the Times.
- “Labs experimenting with deadly viruses risk 1.6m deaths every year, experts warn” – After fears that COVID-19 originated in a lab, virologists and biosafety experts gather in Geneva to discuss how to prevent another pandemic, reports the Telegraph.
- “Bye bye, BuzzFeed News” – Ten reasons why the Spectator’s Stephen Miller won’t be shedding a tear over the demise of BuzzFeed News.
- “The Macpherson Report changed Britain – but not for the better” – Thirty years on from the racist murder of Stephen Lawrence, elite identity politics have completely captured the police, along with numerous other professions and institutions, argues Mick Hume in Spiked.
- “J.K. Rowling in trans row with Left-wing lawyer over ‘stinker’ book review” – Jolyon Maugham KC lashed out at at J.K. Rowling after she mocked him for having a hissy fit on Twitter when the Times gave his new book a bad review. No prizes for guessing who gets the better of who.
- “Britain’s arts scene is as woefully woke as ever” – Hysterical luvvies claim the hated Tories are trying to suppress dissent in the arts, but third-rate, woke rubbish is still being subsidised by the taxpayer on a massive scale, argues Zoe Strimpel in the Telegraph.
- “What will Elon Musk do next now he has torn up the rules of Twitter?” – A year on from taking over the social media site, the billionaire rocket man has vowed to save us from AI, according to this profile in the Sunday Times.
- “Who is Kemi Badenoch? ‘Rottweiler’ about to step out of the shadows” – A feature in the Sunday Times about Kemi Badenoch, touted by many as a future leader of the Conservative Party.
- “The U.N.’s conflation of words with violence is dangerous“ – Andrew Doyle takes aim at the U.N.’s anti-hate speech initiative on twitter.
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