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Michael Curzon - Tue Oct 05, 2021 13:44
Researchers believe that "abnormal" purchases of PCR lab equipment in Wuhan in the summer of 2019 suggest Covid was spreading "virulently" in the city far earlier than was previously thought.
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Michael Curzon - Tue Oct 05, 2021 12:07
Almost 12,000 women in the U.K. were living with undiagnosed breast cancer in May this year, according to new analysis ? and screening for the disease is still below pre-lockdown levels.
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Michael Curzon - Tue Oct 05, 2021 10:52
Sajid Javid says there are currently no good reasons to introduce vaccine passports, but concedes that his comments do not mean "there can?t ever be a role for such an intervention".
The post No Good Reason to Introduce Vaccine Passports Right Now, Says Sajid Javid appeared first on The Daily Sceptic.
Noah Carl - Tue Oct 05, 2021 08:08
For months, we?ve been treated to morbid ?daily death numbers? ? but for only one cause of death. Perhaps if these figures had been reported for all causes of death, people?s risk perceptions would be less skewed.
The post Why Are People?s Risk Perceptions So Skewed? appeared first on The Daily Sceptic.
Toby Young - Tue Oct 05, 2021 00:10
In this week?s London Calling, the talking points are the recent easing of travel restrictions (unless you?re unvaccinated), unsuccessful stalking adventures, the new Sharpe novel and Irwin Shaw?s Young Lions.
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Michael Curzon - Mon Oct 04, 2021 23:58
A summary of all the most interesting stories that have appeared about politicians? efforts to control the virus ? and other acts of hubris and folly ? not just in Britain, but around the world.
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Will Jones - Mon Oct 04, 2021 19:24
A judge has said the Government has a case to answer on the legality of approving Covid vaccinations for children and has asked it to respond to the arguments made by the Covid19 Assembly.
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Toby Young - Mon Oct 04, 2021 18:56
Covid cases in the U.K. have dropped for a fifth day in a row, week-on-week, official figures revealed today. So much for Sir Patrick Vallance's prediction that cases would climb to 50,000 a day without further "action".
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Government?s ?Winter Plan? Is Packed with ?Nudges? and Will ?Confuse People into Compliance?, Says Laura Dodsworth
Michael Curzon - Mon Oct 04, 2021 14:31
Laura Dodsworth has written a good piece in her new Substack account, arguing that the Government's 'Winter Plan' is packed with 'nudges' that are bound to "confuse people into compliance".
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Michael Curzon - Mon Oct 04, 2021 13:23
New rules for overseas travel will see the 'Green' and 'Amber' list countries merged ? meaning unvaccinated travellers will have to test upon returning from former Green countries.
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