In the latest Weekly Sceptic podcast the talking points are the attack on Kellie-Jay Keen by trans rights activists, the BBC's perverse insistence on calling a rapist "her" and the brutal cancellation of Alfie Brown.
Residents fed up with low traffic neighbourhoods have launched an extraordinary rebellion against the controversial schemes – by setting them alight and taking on the green zealots who police them.
The victory of the Farmer-Citizen Movement in recent Dutch elections is part of a pushback against a 'Great Food Reset' that aims to replace small farmers with 'sustainable' multinational giants, says Thomas Fazi.
Andrew Bridgen MP recently made an important speech to Parliament on the risks vs benefits of Covid vaccination that was attacked on the BBC. The attacks, however, were misplaced, say Prof Norman Fenton and colleagues.
Early mask advocates in America were downstream of the crazy 'Masks 4 All' movement, which originated with a Czech man named Petr Ludwig and a viral YouTube video demanding that everyone start wearing homemade masks.
Sadiq Khan's anti-car ULEZ policy is based on the claim that 4,000 deaths are caused by London's air pollution each year. But is that really true, and how many would be 'saved' by a policy that hammers the poor?
A summary of the most interesting stories in the past 24 hours that challenge the prevailing orthodoxy about the virus and the vaccines, the ‘climate emergency’ and the supposed moral defects of Western civilisation.
In this week's London Calling, the arguments are about Bill Gates, 15 minute cities, reverse cognitive-behavioural therapy, wind power and Anthony Trollope.