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.
A retired sociology professor has been stripped of her honorary titles by two universities after suggesting on social media that someone should "blow up the venue" of a Jewish Labour conference.
Scientists at the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change have demanded the power to set global climate policy as they despair at the slow pace of climate action.
Scotland's highest court has ruled the U.K. Government acted lawfully by vetoing Nicola Sturgeon’s self-ID gender laws in a humiliating defeat for First Minister Humza Yousaf.
Tony Blair's former Education Secretary Estelle Morris, who now sits in the Lords as a Labour peer, has backed Kemi Badenoch on trans rights by saying children should not be encouraged to change gender.
Bristol University has axed the National Anthem from its graduation ceremonies with some students claiming it is "old-fashioned" and "offensive to some".
What gives the relatives of Covid victims the sole right to the moral high ground, asks Allison Pearson. Lockdowns were devastating, and their victims were often far younger than those of Covid.
Last night, Megyn Kelly asked the Republican presidential hopefuls whether Donald Trump was right to be proud of Operation Warp Speed, which approved the mRNA Covid vaccines in record time. Here's what they said.
One of Britain's biggest catering suppliers has announced it will offer only 'green' 'crackless' crackers to its customers, which include dozens of care homes, hotels, pubs and restaurants across the country.