The SNP and its leader Nicola Sturgeon can't stop blaming the English for all their country’s woes, from Covid to poverty to failing schools – because the fault really lies with the dismal SNP government itself.
The country may not have got everything right (and nor does this book), but this Stockholm doctor’s important contribution to the pandemic debate gives vital insights into how we should have dealt with the challenges of Covid.
A ‘shocking’ new documentary on Netflix warns we’ll run out of fish in just 27 years and urges us all to stop eating them now. But the only conspiracy at play here is how a supposedly factual film gets so many facts wrong.
So much for UK government ministers promising that restrictions would be lifted once hospital cases had fallen and pressure on the NHS lifted. That’s been achieved, yet now we’re talking of even tougher curbs on our freedoms. Why?
The movement wants to eradicate the virus entirely – and favours whatever it takes to achieve it, and however long it takes. But after more than a year of imprisonment, and with vaccines working, Britons won’t buy that.
We’re suffering an alarming Coronavirus baby bust, with birth rates in European countries falling by 20 percent or more, to levels not seen for 80 years. It will have dire consequences if it continues, as many fear it will.
Hypercritical philanthropist Bill Gates, who’s worth more than $100bn, flies around the world using private jets to tell us it’s we ordinary people who must change our behaviour and be less well-off in order to ‘save the planet.’