Jun 11 10:07

Women are being attacked, sacked and threatened with jail simply for pointing out that you cannot change your biological sex

This war on women by trans activists – aided and abetted by a woke police and judiciary – has to be stopped. Free speech is in real danger when those who state scientific reality are being cancelled.

A Scottish feminist campaigner, Marion Millar, had been charged with hate crimes for alleged homophobic and transphobic posts on Twitter. The case seems bizarre. Millar is a 50-year-old mother of autistic twins and runs an accountancy business. She’s also a feminist campaigner and, along with many other Scottish feminists, has been tweeting under the hashtag #WomenWontWheesht (Women won’t shut up).

Millar has been unrepentant in calling out “predatory” men who, she argues, are claiming to be women, while also saying she “support transsexuals absolutely.” In other words, she is not anti-trans, but is extremely worried about the most aggressive trans activists and the idea that someone can simply declare themselves to be a woman, something that could threaten women-only spaces.

Jun 11 08:25

Lies on the BBC will Result in Children Dying

As you know, the BBC is the most dishonest, disreputable, unreliable media outlet in the history of the world. It’s ageist, sexist, bigoted, unpatriotic and as bent as a paperclip. Over the last year I have recorded a number of videos detailing their errors and distortions. One BBC presenter has even boasted that the BBC will not tell the truth about vaccines – they deliberately suppress those who do tell the truth about vaccines and vaccination. And they do this even when they know that they are suppressing the truth.

There is no secret about why the BBC is hiding the truth. The BBC has close links to the drug industry, the crooked, corrupt vaccine makers, and is, of course, desperate to keep its licence fee by sucking up to the Government.

Now it seems that deceiving adults isn’t enough. The BBC is now deliberately lying to children.

Jun 11 08:09

Britain DID simulate a coronavirus pandemic before Covid struck and didn't just mock-up a flu outbreak… but health chiefs WON'T say how secret war-game went because it would damage national security

British health chiefs did war-game a coronavirus pandemic before the nation was eventually hit by Covid but tried to keep it secret, it was revealed today.

Matt Hancock — who faced a grilling from MPs today about No10's failures throughout the virus crisis — has only ever confessed to carrying out a mock-up of a flu crisis called Exercise Cygnus.

And giving evidence today, the Health Secretary reiterated that 'famously all the preparations and the plans that were in place were for a flu pandemic'.

But Public Health England has now admitted it carried out ten other epidemic-fighting scenarios between 2015 and 2018.

Jun 11 03:37

This Close US Ally Is Selling China Billions In Military-Related Equipment

Authored by Mark Curtis via Consortium News,

The UK government has authorized the sale of £2.6-billion worth of military and civilian equipment with potential military use to China in the past three years, government figures show. Last year saw a tripling in exports to China of "dual use" items defined as "civilian goods with a military purpose."” Some £1.6-billion worth were authorized in 2020, compared to £526-million in 2019.

The increase coincided with the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in early 2020. The exports have been approved while China is identified by the British government as “an increasing risk to U.K. interests” and "the biggest state-based threat to the U.K.’s economic security."

Jun 10 12:17

England's Lockdown Could Continue Despite Deaths Being Below 5 Year Average

England’s lockdown measures could remain in place beyond the supposed “freedom day” on June 21st despite the fact that for 11 out of the last 12 weeks, deaths have been below the 5 year average.

Yes, really.

As highlights, “(the) ONS announced that there were 9,628 deaths in England and Wales in the week ending 28th May 2021. This is 232 fewer than the previous week, and 3.1% below the five-year average.”

“Deaths in England and Wales have now been below the five-year average for 11 of the past 12 weeks. Over that time, there were 8,212 fewer deaths than you’d expect based on the average of the last five years. And note that, due to population ageing, the five-year average understates the expected number of deaths. So the true level of “negative excess mortality” is even higher.”

Jun 10 12:08

Talk show host “blocked” from television after questioning covid vaccines

British news personality Beverley Turner has been blacklisted as a pundit from the This Morning show for challenging the safety and effectiveness of Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines while on air.

Turner engaged in a tense exchange with Dermot O’Leary, calling out Chinese Virus injections as unnecessary and unsafe – especially for younger people, whom she says should not participate in the U.K.’s national rollout.

For violating the script and poking holes in the narrative, Turner was punished not only by the program but also other networks, which reportedly were told not to book her for any future appearances.

Jun 10 10:37

Sanctions against Israel, anyone? Response from UK government has Foreign Office still playing childish game of charades

Stuart Littlewood debunks, point by point, the UK government's deceitful explanation for its unconditional backing of Israel and its equally deceitful words about Palestinian statehood.>>

Jun 10 06:08

The UK inflation debate is heating up

Jun 09 21:58

UK Govt Tells Social Media to Censor Videos of Illegal Migrant Crossings

Home Secretary Priti Patel under "conservative" PM Boris Johnson has been working to flood the UK with record migration and is now pressuring social media companies to censor videos of illegal migrant border crossings.

Big Tech already appear to be complying.

Jun 09 17:59

Cost of policing G7 summit estimated at £70m

The security cost of hosting next weekend’s G7 summit in Cornwall will exceed £70m if the final bill of policing the meeting of world leaders is in line with the two previous events held in the UK.

Around 6,500 police will secure the event at Carbis Bay, near St Ives, on 11-13 June, with more than 5,000 coming from around the country to help the Devon and Cornwall force run what it said is the “largest security operation in its history”.

Ten foot high steel fences have already been put up in the Cornish seaside resort to help protect Joe Biden on his first overseas trip as US president and other G7 leaders at the event hosted by Boris Johnson.

Roads will be closed and security checkpoints placed across the county, starting from Wednesday at Newquay airport, Falmouth, where media will be based, and to secure designated official protest sites in Truro and Falmouth.

Jun 09 09:45

How Britain's Conservatives became unconditional supporters of Israel

Which famous British politician uttered these words about Israeli aggression: "You cannot be selective in your defence of law. You cannot say, ‘I like that law, I will uphold that one, I will not uphold the other'."

The answer is Margaret Thatcher, probably the most pro-Israel British prime minister of the 20th century. Yet, Thatcher did not hesitate to denounce the Israeli bombing of Iraq’s Osiraq nuclear reactor in June 1981. And during the Lebanon War in 1982, Thatcher imposed an arms embargo on Israel that lasted 12 years, until 1994.

She certainly admired Israel, but she believed that the country should adhere to basic moral standards and international law.

Jun 09 06:31

Medhurst: Britain has legalised rape, torture and war crimes by the state

Across Britain people are protesting against a proposed bill which restricts that very right, but two other laws have already passed, allowing undercover agents to commit crimes, and giving British troops immunity from war crimes.

Jun 09 06:30

British squaddies get drunk, must be Russia's fault! Analyst blames ‘Putin’s operatives’ after soldiers thrown off Estonian train

A British defense analyst has suggested that an incident involving misbehaving soldiers stationed in Estonia may have been “constructed” by Moscow's spooks as a means of discrediting NATO and its operations near Russia's borders.

Last weekend, six British troops were kicked off a train in the Estonian town of Jogeva, 30km from the border with Russia. According to London-based tabloid the Mirror, the soldiers were removed from the locomotive after fellow passengers complained about their drunken debauchery. Rail staff had to tell them multiple times to stop intimidating civilians by being loud and aggressive, the paper claimed.

After being thrown off, the soldiers were handed over to NATO military police. The squaddies are part of the military bloc’s Enhanced Forward Presence Battlegroup, located in central and northern Europe.

Jun 08 10:28

Britain’s New Armored Personnel Carrier Can Not Carry Personnel

A new fleet of tanks bought by the Army for £3.5 billion cannot be driven safely over 20mph, a leaked report has revealed.

Military chiefs have been warned that the new Ajax armoured fighting vehicles pose safety risks to soldiers if they are driven at more than half their fastest speed.

It comes after trials of the vehicles had to be suspended from November 2020 to March of this year, after it was found troops had suffered swollen joints and tinnitus while being inside the vehicles.

In a Government report seen by The Telegraph it states that safety limitations on the tanks include “speed restrictions of 20mph” as well as “limiting time in the platform to 1hr 30mins before crew change”.

The report warns that due to the speed restrictions, which are understood to be caused by design flaws that have resulted in excessive vibrations that prevent cannons being fired on the move, the Household Cavalry regiment “cannot conduct effective collective training on the platform”.

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Jun 08 08:20

HDD drives could be all set to finally take on SSDs once more thanks to this upgrade

Researchers from Cambridge University have found a novel way to not just increase the storage capacities of traditional hard disk drives (HDD), but also make them more reliable.

The breakthrough was achieved by the Cambridge Graphene Center together with researchers from the University of Exeter, India, Switzerland, Singapore, and the US, using graphene, often touted as a miracle material for its unique properties.

The researchers replaced the carbon-based overcoat (COC) on several hard drives that helps protect drive platters from mechanical damages and corrosion with layers of graphene.

Additionally, the team also leveraged graphene's heat resistance properties together with the Heat-Assisted Magnetic Recording (HAMR) technology that enables disk platters to hold more data when heated.

Jun 08 07:56

Anti-vaxxer pundit Beverley Turner is 'blocked from ITV's This Morning' after on-screen row with presenter Dermot O'Leary over the coronavirus vaccine

ITV has blocked pundit Beverley Turner from appearing on This Morning following an on-screen row over the coronavirus vaccine.

A discussion about the jab's effectiveness became a heated row after Ms Turner said young people should reject having the vaccine.

It is understood that staff on the show have been told not to book Ms Turner, 47, as a news reviewer amid fears her Covid-19 views are too controversial.

A source told The Mail on Sunday: 'Production staff were told Bev is banned from the show after the comments she made... they couldn't have her on again.'

Jun 08 06:36

'What's the point of vaccinations if we have to quarantine?' Fed up Brits reveal they've lost up to £4,000 as they face 10 days self-isolation after arriving on the first flights back since Portugal was put on the amber list

Kathy Kirby, 64, from Battersea in south-west London, said she paid £589 to try - and fail - to rebook flight from Faro for yesterday 'multiple times' after deciding to cut her five-day holiday in Portugal short. She also questioned why she would need to self-isolate given she has been vaccinated.

She said: 'I'm not very happy because I made attempts to get back before the deadline for quarantine but unfortunately it didn't work. I was very disappointed, I was only going on a five-day break anyway but it was cut back to three days, unfortunately I've ended up spending more money to get back.

'It caused me a lot of inconvenience, so clearly I'm not terribly happy about this situation especially as I've had both vaccinations. I wouldn't have thought I would have to go through ten days of quarantine, what's the point of having vaccinations if we end up having to quarantine?'

Jun 07 23:35

Desperate Brits returning on last flights back from Portugal before quarantine rules change reveal they paid THOUSANDS for tickets amid chaos at Faro airport - as green and amber list passengers are forced to mix at Heathrow

UK travellers have until 4am tomorrow to return to Britain or enter self-isolation for 10 days after Cabinet ministers abruptly relegated Portugal from green to amber. They must have proof of a negative Covid-19 test taken no more than three days before their flight or face a £500 fine.

From tomorrow those holidaymakers will face extra costs to enter the UK under amber list rules, including proof they have booked and paid for two Covid tests to be taken on day two and day eight of quarantine.

They will not be able to leave self-isolation until they have received a negative result from the second test after 10 days or earlier if they pay for a private test under the Test to Release scheme.

Breaking quarantine could lead to a £10,000 fine, while UK travellers who do not take the day 2 and day 8 tests could be fined £2,000. Those who provide incorrect information when filling out their passenger locator form could be fined £10,000 or imprisoned for up to 10 years - or both.

Jun 07 23:26

Cornish ‘eco-hotel’ where world leaders will meet for G7 summit fells trees and digs up shrubs to build new meeting rooms for the event

A Cornish eco-hotel where world leaders will meet for a G7 summit has felled trees and dug up shurbs to build new meeting rooms ahead of the event.

Carbis Bay Hotel in St Ives has faced fury from campaigners after mature trees were removed before planning permission was sought to create three rooms.

Jun 07 22:35

Doctors urge delay to England GP data scrape

Leading doctors are calling for an immediate delay to a programme to move information from GP records in England to a central NHS Digital database.

Informing patients could not be left to busy GPs, the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) have told Health Secretary Matt Hancock in a letter.

Campaigners say they have been flooded with requests to help patients opt out before the 23 June deadline.

But NHS Digital said: "Patient data saves lives."

The General Practice Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR) programme will transfer data from records created up to 10 years ago in "near real time".

And although NHS Digital itself proposed a delay, the Department of Health decided against one.

Jun 07 21:53

Trans propaganda has no place in our schools, fortunately parents and the government in the UK are waking up to this brainwashing

Top UK girls schools have been having guest speakers singing the praises of transgenderism and breast-binding without parents' knowledge. Now groups like Stonewall and Mermaids are falling from grace, we must put a stop to this.

Stonewall, the LGBTQ equality charity, is haemorrhaging support. A number of high profile institutions, including the Equality and Human Rights Commission, Channel 4 television, Ofsted and the DVLA, have withdrawn from its diversity champions programme. The government’s Equalities Minister Liz Truss has urged Whitehall departments to cut ties with Stonewall and stop paying the lobby group money each year. Some of Stonewall’s founders, including Matthew Parris, have publicly criticised the organisation they helped establish. Parris argued that Stonewall should stick to LGB rights and steer clear of the transgender debate.

Jun 07 16:30

Not in my name! Why Bashir should be final death knell for BBC licence fee - DEFUND BBC

In a rapidly changing world, with such a diversity of opinion and choice, attempting to shoehorn everyone in behind a one size fits all broadcaster is no longer reasonable.

And certainly if it comes with the threat of a criminal record.

Despite these risks 200,000 households a year are still refusing to pay the licence fee, as a report by Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee has just found.

It is my earnest hope that the Bashir psychodrama might be the straw which breaks the camel's back and finally wakes the Government up to the fact that the licence fee has had it's day.

Jun 07 12:03

Are we a step closer to 'Britcoin'? Bank of England to have another look at whether a digital currency could work but it's told there must be a need for it

A British digital currency should only be introduced if it delivers clear benefits and there is a real use for it, academics, tech companies, consumer groups and payments firms have told the Bank of England.

Britain's central bank has been looking into whether to launch its own digital currency, nicknamed 'Britcoin', which could potentially replace physical cash as well as credit and debit card payments and bank transfers.

In March the bank, coupled with the Treasury, said it was looking into the idea, and launched a discussion paper setting out the benefits and risks of its own effective 'digital pound'.

Jun 07 10:54

A Place In The Sun presenter Laura Hamilton rushed to A&E after reacting to Covid jab

A PLACE IN THE SUN presenter Laura Hamilton has today been rushed to hospital after having a reaction to her second Covid vaccination.

Jun 07 10:44

UK Dating App Users Will Be Bribed to Get the Jab With “Boosts” and “Super Likes”

As we have seen over the course of the Covid-19 vaccine rollout, governments and businesses have been coercing the public to roll up their sleeves and get the jab. Despite offers of free junk food and alcohol, most people refuse to fall for the bribes and reject the offer of the experimental vaccine.

However, the UK government is now attempting to further tackle vaccine hesitancy by teaming up with dating apps to promote the jab.

The initiative was announced recently as part of the ‘every vaccination gives us hope’ campaign, which was launched back in April by the government to promote vaccine uptake, and is set to launch this week to coincide with the rollout of vaccinations for under-30s which begins this week.

Jun 07 07:39

A Good Man Down: The Fatal Reality of Vaccine Adverse Reactions

Former Greater Manchester police sergeant Peter John Meadows trusted the UK Government's Covid-19 vaccination policy. The decision cost him his life. It has taken his two brave daughters, Louise and Lisa, to expose what took place from the time he was vaccinated until he died. Despite collecting vaccine adverse reaction data via their Yellow Card system, designed to keep the UK public safe, the UK Government's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has taken no investigatory action to protect the UK public from future such fatal vaccine reactions. In an interview with Brian Gerrish of the UK Column, Louise and Lisa warn an innocent and ill-informed UK public of the reality of vaccine adverse reactions, and highlight the cover-up of over a thousand deaths and approximately three quarters of a million UK Yellow Card adverse reaction statistics.

Jun 07 06:47

British ex-minister reveals 'Israeli control' of UK foreign affairs

Former British minister Alan Duncan has revealed the extent of Israeli influence on the UK’s diplomacy in his recently published memoirs, saying the pro-Israel lobby wanted to "destroy" him.

The report, published by the Daily Maverick, considered that Duncan's memoirs, released in April, provide "an unprecedented view of the influence of the Israeli government and pro-Israel lobby groups on the British Foreign Office".

Duncan, a Conservative member who served as foreign secretary between 2016 and 2019, revealed in his diaries, entitled 'In the Thick of It: The Private Diaries of a Minister', that Israel "succeeded in preventing Prime Minister Boris Johnson from appointing him" as minister of the Middle East at the foreign ministry, just because he believed in Palestinian rights.

Al Jazeera had contacted Duncan early 2017 to inform him of its investigation into the impact of Israel’s influence on British policy, which included information relating to him personally.

Jun 07 06:27

A MILLION IN MOTION | The Month the Tide Turned | London May 2021 Oracle Films

Jun 06 11:26

UK water retailers on the brink of collapse due to unpaid water bills

The U.K.’s water market is at risk of collapse due to unpaid water bills piling up amid the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This is according to a report commissioned by the U.K. Water Retailer Council (UKWRC), an industry body that represents 18 retailers.

The UKWRC tapped consultancy firm Economic Insight to study the effectiveness of Great Britain’s Open Water. This is a program launched in 2017 that allows non-household customers, such as supermarkets, charities and public sector bodies, to choose which retail supplier to purchase water and wastewater services from.

The report shows that many Open Water participants were already losing money before the pandemic, and an increase in non-payments during the U.K.’s lockdowns has added even more pressure. The report says that there is now a “material risk of systemic retailer failure,” which would have implications not only for water retailers but also business customers.

Jun 05 23:19

Vaccines for children could start in August under plans being discussed by ministers

Government sources said under current modelling ‘we would be ready’ to begin vaccinating 12- to 15-year-olds by the second half of August

Jun 05 16:50

Surprise, Surprise – UK Medicine Regulator is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

On Friday 4th June 2021, the UK Medicine Regulator – MHRA, gave authorisation for emergency use only for the Pfizer / BioNTech mRNA “vaccine” to be used in children aged 12 and over. This is despite the fact 86% of children suffered an adverse reaction ranging from mild to serious in the extremely short, and small clinical study.

To call this shocking would be an understatement but should we really be so surprised considering the fact the MHRA is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation?

Jun 05 16:48

We can’t do this to Children! – Shocking 18th update on Adverse Reactions to the Covid Vaccines released by UK Government / MHRA

The U.K. Governments report (which you can find here) has collated data inputted up to the 26th May via the MHRA Yellow Card Scheme. At this point an estimated 14 million first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and 24.3 million first doses of the Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccine had been administered. There had also been around 10.6 million second doses of the Pfizer jab, and 13.4 million second doses of the AstraZeneca jab administered by this date, alongside 0.4 million first doses of the Moderna vaccine.
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As of the 26th May the MHRA had received 183,752 reports of adverse reactions to the Pfizer jab, and 695,214 reports of adverse reactions to the AstraZeneca jab, bringing the total number of adverse reactions to both jabs to a truly shocking total of 878,966. However the MHRA states that only 1% – 10% of adverse reactions are actually reported to the Yellow Card scheme.

Jun 05 16:33

[Video] Chris Witty getting an earful

Jun 05 06:14

Thousands mourn slain Palestinians outside UK arms dealer

Thousands of British pro-Palestine activists amass outside a notorious arms manufacturer near Blackburn on Friday, demanding an end to Israeli arms sales.

Anger was vented in various ways including with a funeral procession, honoring the recent martyrdom of 60 children slain in Gaza.

BAE Systems is one of Britain's biggest arms dealers and is known for building weapons used to target innocent civilians in conflict zones.

This is the second week that local residents have come in good numbers to condemn BAE Systems and more action is being planned.

Weapons firms have been heavily criticized before but rarely have protests of this size and frequency attempted to confront them so directly. Locals hope by shaming these dealers of death, they can save lives in Palestine & elsewhere.

Jun 04 18:10

AstraZeneca vaccine probed over death of BBC presenter Lisa Shaw

The AstraZeneca coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine was listed in an interim fact-of-death certificate as one of the possible factors that led to the demise of BBC presenter Lisa Shaw.

Newcastle’s senior coroner Karen Dilks issued the interim fact-of-death certificate, which confirms that an investigation into Shaw’s death will be held and that the “complication of AstraZeneca COVID-19 virus vaccination” is being considered as a possible cause.

Jun 04 13:50

Flashback: Grieving dad of DIY SOS star, 18, 'desperately needs answers' after son dies alone

The grieving family of a severely disabled young boy who appeared on TV show DIY SOS have said they 'desperately want answers' after he died alone.

Darren Hudson says his son Ollie, 18, was admitted to hospital following stomach problems and kept in overnight on his own because of lockdown restrictions.

But Darren was getting ready to visit him the next morning when he received a devastating call at 11am on April 16.

"I thought it was going to be something to do with his diet. I turned up and they said 'unfortunately, he has passed away,'" Darren told the Daily Mail.

Jun 04 13:21

Flashback: DRUG SCANDAL Care homes accused of using powerful sedatives to make coronavirus victims die more quickly as use rocketed 100%

CARE homes have been accused of using powerful sedatives to make coronavirus victims die more quickly.

Prescriptions for the drug midazolam rocketed during the height of the pandemic, with some claiming it has “turned end-of-life care into euthanasia”.

Official figures show 38,352 out-of-hospital prescriptions for midazolam were issued in April - more than double the February figure.

The monthly average for the past five years in England was about 15,000.

Jun 04 10:46

Under the cover of Covid: Outdoor smoking bans in UK are the next phase of an authoritarian project launched 20 years ago

The state-sponsored authoritarianism ushered in to fight Covid has moved to a new level with outdoor smoking bans announced in England. It’s addiction to curbing freedoms rather than nicotine that we should all be worried about.

Jun 04 07:46

Escape from Portugal! Airlines scramble to lay on repatriation planes for stranded Britons facing £700 flight costs and £1,600 for tests after being left with four days to get home to beat quarantine deadline

Klaus Schwab is undoubtedly laughing his head off at this joke on the UK holidaymakers.

From 2020...

Get out of France now...or you'll miss school: Thousands forced to cross the Channel including British couple who paid nearly £1,000 to beat quarantine deadline - with French officials likely to quarantine people arriving from Britain on Monday

UK holidaymakers in Croatia make late dash to beat quarantine deadline

...same shit, different year.

Jun 04 06:03

Did former Tony Blair aide Jonathan Powell meet with an Al-Qaeda front organization?

A media report says he did; the British Foreign Office refuses to comment. Recent events, however, are not inconsistent with both the motives for and potential results of such a meeting, which fits Powell’s MO to a T.

It was a headline designed to catch the attention of anyone reading it: “British intelligence suggests al-Nusra start cooperating with West.” According to an unnamed “diplomatic source in Moscow”, Tony Blair’s former Chief of Staff, Jonathan Powell, held a meeting with Mohammad al-Julani, the head of Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), formerly known as Jabhat Al-Nusra, an Al-Qaeda affiliate based in the Syrian Province of Idlib, where it is actively engaged in operations against the Syrian government headed by President Bashar Assad.

Jun 04 06:02

A mainstream outlet accepted my pitch on what media refuses to say about US empire – then refused to let me say it

This is a story about how the media works. Specifically, it’s about my failed attempt to publish an article with the mainstream media about some of the things that news outlets consistently avoid when they cover US/UK foreign policy.

You’re maybe thinking, “That’s your own fault – why would you ever have thought you could get an article about what the mainstream media refuses to say into the mainstream media?”

Well, because there’s an online network of non-profit outlets called The Conversation whose remit is to give academics like me a platform to convey journalistic versions of their research. The Conversation says it sees universities as “a giant newsroom” and the resultant articles are reprinted for free by newspapers. Operating internationally for about a decade, it has a combined reach of 40 million people.

Jun 04 06:01

UK academic silenced by MSM reveals how Western news outlets ‘amplify and rationalize state-sanctioned war and violence’

RT speaks to propaganda scholar Matt Alford, who in April 2019 had a major study of how the mainstream media systematically distorts, misrepresents, and whitewashes Western foreign policy, canned just prior to publication.
As the article was literally about to go to press, the Conversation – which claims to offer “informed commentary and debate on the issues affecting our world” – put his groundbreaking work on hold, at the express request of the outlet’s executive editor.

After some toing and froing, the Conversation finally backed out completely from publishing it at all, telling Matt to take it elsewhere. It was finally published by Grayzone in May.

Now, he discusses his experience in detail with RT.

Jun 04 05:48

‘Class cleansing’ is killing London, as poor people are removed from communities like vermin

A new report has highlighted the aggressive social cleansing that is rampant in three London boroughs, and the devastating effect it has on people who are displaced. It seems the working class are not welcome in Britain’s capital.

Gentrification is not a new phenomenon but it is clear that it is out of control in London.

As with many cities, it is a process the UK capital has been familiar with for some time. Poorer communities have been moved out of neighbourhoods in favour of a ‘better’ class of people for generations, and in the early 1960s sociologist Ruth Glass coined the term ‘gentrification’ as the old Victorian properties of Islington were bought for a song by the affluent middle classes.

Jun 04 05:35

The British elite lauded Ai Weiwei when he criticised China, but it’s the opposite when he highlights their treatment of Assange

The Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei says he’s hypocritically been removed from a British exhibition because he chose to design a piece that addressed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s incarceration in a London prison.
‘One person’s terrorist is another’s freedom fighter’ is a flowery way of saying actions can be interpreted differently, depending on your viewpoint.

It’s a scenario acclaimed Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has often encountered and, unfortunately, is in again.

He fled his homeland for being deemed too controversial for the state’s strict censorship. He’s recounted how he was arrested, beaten by Chinese police, placed under house arrest and then imprisoned for tax evasion.

On his release, he described being subjected to psychological torture, being detained in a tiny room with constant light and two guards never more than 30 inches away, even when he used the bathroom.

Jun 03 12:30

Major design flaws in Army's new armoured vehicles, report shows

Major design flaws have been identified in the Army's new fleet of armoured vehicles.

An internal leaked government report also raises serious doubts as to whether the £5.5bn Ajax Armoured Vehicle programme will be delivered on time and within budget.

Problems include excessive vibration and noise.

Jun 03 11:22

Liberties Groups Warn People Being Convicted WITHOUT TRIAL For Lockdown Breaches

A coalition of liberties rights groups has warned that people in the UK are being convicted of breaking coronavirus “laws” without being provided the means to plead innocent.

The London Independent reports that cases are being processed under a system known as the ‘Single Justice Procedure’ where one magistrate decides the outcome of a case based solely on evidence supplied by police.

This means that anyone accused of breaching lockdown restrictions could be found guilty and notified by letter without even getting a court hearing.

Jun 03 11:16

Leading UK Immunologist: "We Can't Hide Down A Hole Every Time There's A New Variant"

A leading immunologist has advised the UK government to “move on” with reopening society, warning that coronavirus is “here to stay” and that it makes no sense trying to hide every time a new variant emerges.

The BBC reports the comments by Sir John Bell, a Chair of Medicine at the University of Oxford, member of the Office for Strategic Coordination of Health Research (OSCHR), and a leading member of the government’s vaccine taskforce.

In an interview with BBC Radio Four, Bell urged that “If we scamper down a rabbit hole every time we see a new variant, we’re going to spend a long time huddled away.”

Jun 03 11:01

Army's new £5.5bn Ajax tank fleet makes crew sick, can't be driven over 20mph and vibrate so much they can't fire shells on the move, leaked report reveals

  • The MoD has received only 14 of the planned fleet of 580 Ajax tanks
  • The fleet was due to be delivered by 2024, but the project has faced delays
  • The US-designed tanks are being built in Merthyr Tydfil in south Wales
  • Troops using the tanks have to have regular hearing tests due to the noise

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has confirmed it paused trials of its new £3.47 billion fleet of army tanks over design issues which reportedly include them being unable to travel safely faster than 20 miles per hour.

The government has ordered more than 580 of the tanks in a range of models, but so far only 14 without turrets have been delivered.

Jun 03 10:00

After the slaughter UK Foreign Secretary Raab tells Netanyahu: “You can always count on us”

Stuart Littlewood highlights UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab's latest pledge of undying support for Israel, just after it had murdered some 250 Palestinians, including 66 children and 39 women, in Gaza, noting his failure to commit to the Palestinians' right to self defence.>>

Jun 02 18:20

[Video] Time to Ditch Unvaccinated Friends? WTF!?

Good Morning Britain is pushing a divide and conquer narrative by urging people to get rid of their unvaccinated friends.

Jun 02 18:06

[Video] Beverley Turner points out facts about gene therapy

Ms Turner points out that the Covid vaccine neither stops infection nor prevents transmission of the virus on the UK TV programme "This Morning". This results in her basically being called a liar and spoken to like she's a piece of dirt.

Ms Turner is essentially a celebrity with an opinion that goes against the narrative, thus the presenters can get away with their disgusting treatment of her.

Would "This Morning" invite a highly qualified doctor such as Mike Yeadon onto their show to argue their point? I doubt it, they know their bully boy presenters would get humiliated.

"A bully is always a coward" as they say.

As a footnote, let's go with their argument that vaccination prevents infection and transmission. If this is the case then vaccinated people are perfectly safe when they are near unvaccinated viral "petri dishes."

Whichever way you look at it, their argument has no merit.

Jun 02 15:59


What is described by these whistleblowers is atrocious.

Jun 01 06:07

FLASHBACK - ‘Worse Than Chernobyl’ Security Scare at UK Nuclear Waste Plant

The UK’s sprawling nuclear processing Sellafield plant in Cumbria has a powerful claim to fame, dubbed the “most hazardous industrial building in western Europe".

There have been 25 safety breaches reportedly logged at the huge Sellafield nuclear waste plant in the UK over the past two years, according to The Sun on Sunday.

The cited incidents include radiation ominously leaking from a water pipe, a nuclear waste container for some reason not welded completely shut, spilt uranium powder and a bust pipe found to be leaking acid, to name just a few.

Logs show a bomb squad was summoned in October 2017 after potentially unstable chemicals sparked a scare, while just a month later it was revealed that a worker had been exposed to a low level of radiation.

Earlier this year, when a high-voltage cable was sliced, causing a power loss, the Office for Nuclear Regulation was swift to hit Sellafield with an improvement notice.

May 31 08:04

One million Britons fear losing homes when eviction ban ends tomorrow - as up to 400,000 tenants have already been served notice or told to expect it due to unpaid rent over pandemic

As the ban on evictions is lifted almost one million households fear being made homeless, new research has suggested.

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation said 400,000 have already been served with an eviction notice or told they may be evicted and a further 450,000 households are in arrears with rent, JRF said.

A ban on evictions in England ends today, leading to warnings from housing campaigners that tenants face a wave of proceedings as bailiffs are allowed to resume using court orders for repossession.

May 31 06:05

The Silence From BBC and Sky Is Deafening as Gargantuan March for Freedom Rolls Through London

On Saturday the 29th May 2021, up to one million people gathered in London to fight for their freedom, your freedom and your children’s freedom. Meanwhile the mainstream media remained silent throughout, except for a select few that have perpetuated barefaced lies.

If you were not in central London on the day of the event, or you are somebody who believes the only real news is what is reported on the BBC or Sky, then you could be forgiven for not even knowing that one million people marched through the streets of London against the medical tyranny that has infested the United Kingdom.

May 30 10:38

Govt ‘absolutely thinking’ about mandatory Covid jabs for health workers, UK vaccine minister says

UK Covid-19 Vaccine Deployment Minister Nadhim Zahawi revealed that the government was “absolutely thinking about” making vaccination against the coronavirus mandatory for healthcare staffers during an interview with Sky News.

After being asked whether the government would make vaccination compulsory for NHS staff in the near future, Zahawi replied that they have “been consulting in terms of a condition of deployment into social care” and that “it’s only right that we look at the healthcare system as well.”

Calling it “absolutely the right thing,” Zahawi said it would be “incumbent on any responsible government to have the debate” about how to protect the most vulnerable “by making sure those who look after them are vaccinated.”

May 30 10:32

I’m a doctor, but Covid’s broken my faith in medical research. I can’t believe anything I read or accept any mainstream facts

Those of us who put forward an alternative view to the prevailing orthodoxy on the virus or on vaccinations are being vilified, threatened and cancelled. This is not how science, or a functioning democracy, works.

May 30 10:28

The silence from BBC News and Sky News is deafening after up to 1 million people marched for your Freedom on May 29th

On Saturday the 29th May 2021, up to one million people gathered in London to fight for their freedom, your freedom and your children’s freedom. Meanwhile the mainstream media remained silent throughout, except for a select few that have perpetuated barefaced lies.

If you were not in central London on the day of the event, or you are somebody who believes the only real news is what is reported on the BBC or Sky, then you could be forgiven for not even knowing that one million people marched through the streets of London against the medical tyranny that has infested the United Kingdom.

Or maybe you are one of those who has seen the select few reports in the mainstream media which describes the event as just hundreds of anti-vaxxers attending? If you are we can reliably inform you that you have been lied to.

May 30 09:07

Virologists Say Genetic "Fingerprints" Prove COVID-19 Man-Made, 'No Credible Natural Ancestor'

Two notable virologists claim to have found "unique fingerprints" on COVID-19 samples that only could have arisen from laboratory manipulation, according to an explosive 22-page paper obtained by the Daily Mail.

British professor Angus Dalgleish - best known for creating the world's first 'HIV vaccine', and Norwegian virologist Dr. Birger Sørensen - chair of pharmaceutical company, Immunor, who has published 31 peer-reviewed papers and holds several patents, wrote that while analyzing virus samples last year, the pair discovered "unique fingerprints" in the form of "six inserts" created through gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.

They also conclude that "SARS-Coronavirus-2 has "no credible natural ancestor" and that it is "beyond reasonable doubt" that the virus was created via "laboratory manipulation."

May 30 06:22

Droves of lockdown protesters flood London for weekly ‘Freedom March’ (VIDEOS)

A protest in London has drawn a large number of participants, united by their mistrust of how the British government is handling the Covid-19 situation. Such events are part of a larger movement that’s gripping Western countries.

In the latest weekly demonstration, tens of thousands marched through the streets of the British capital under the banner “Unite for Freedom”. The rally brought together groups of people who are variously unhappy with the prolonged lockdowns imposed by the government, mistrustful of Covid-19 vaccines and harbour anti-government sentiments.

Politician David Kurten, formerly of the UK Independence Party, estimated that the gathering was larger than the one held last weekend. “We are all out, normal people, not wearing any masks, not taking any vaccines, demanding that the government give us back the civil liberties that they never had the right to take away,” he said, summarizing the protesters’ cause.

May 29 18:58

Anti vaxxers claiming pandemic is a hoax gather in central London

Hundreds of people who claim the coronavirus pandemic is a hoax have gathered in central London to protest against the mass vaccination rollout.


Let's take a look...

May 29 13:28

UK Doctors send open letter to MHRA highlighting grave concerns on proposal to give Children the Covid-19 vaccine

The open letter’s lead signatory is retired consultant Paediatrician, Dr Ros Jones of the Health Advisory & Recovery Team (HART). HART is a group of doctors, scientists and medical professionals which was formed to research and review Covid-19 policy in the UK in an attempt to best help politicians evaluate the available evidence and respond to the developing situation.

In the letter to the MHRA chief executive Dr June Raine the HART group highlights all the reasons why they have grave concerns regarding the administration of the Covid-19 vaccine to children, and conclude that it is “irresponsible, unethical and indeed, unnecessary, to include children under 18 years in the national COVID-19 vaccine rollout”.

May 29 13:27

TERRIFYING! – 17th update on Adverse Reactions to the Covid Vaccines released by UK Government / MHRA

At this point an estimated 12.7 million first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and 24.2 million doses of the Oxford University/AstraZeneca vaccine, had been administered. As well as around 10.5 million second doses of the Pfizer jab, and 10.7 million second doses of the AstraZeneca jab. There had also been around 0.3 million first doses of the Moderna vaccine administered as of the 19th May.

As of the same date the MHRA had received 175,673 reports of adverse reactions to the Pfizer jab, and 676,083 reports of adverse reactions to the AstraZeneca jab, bringing the total number of adverse reactions to both jabs to an eye watering total of 851,756. However the MHRA states that only 1% – 10% of adverse reactions are actually reported to the Yellow Card scheme.

The adverse reactions include 12,028 blood disorders, 9,198 cardiac disorders, 9,110 ear disorders, 13,396 eye disorders, and an astounding 178,401 nervous system disorders.

May 29 06:23

AI is the ‘one ring to rule them all’, but don’t worry about ‘killer robots’, UK general says

Mastering artificial intelligence would give the UK a decisive military edge, a top British general has argued, while stressing that the technology should be used to support, rather than threaten, human life.

Unlocking the potential of AI will be critical to the development of emerging military technology, and it would be “mad” for the UK not to try to become a leader in the field, General Sir Patrick Sanders, the head of Britain’s Strategic Command, told the Telegraph in an interview.

“Of all the new technologies, the one ring to rule them all is AI,” he told the paper.

Advanced machine learning would allow computers to quickly parse and react to information using minimal human intervention, technology that is particularly attractive to the military because it creates the possibility of “better decision making,” the general explained. He added that advanced AI technology also opens the door to “the opportunity to begin to develop autonomy.”

May 28 09:58

We can defeat the corporate media’s war to snuff out independent journalism

Jonathan Cook highlights "mainstream" media's efforts "to shape the values and worldview of its readers, over time limiting the range of possible thoughts they are likely to entertain", and how new technology "has offered us new tools in our struggle and… redrawn the battleground".>>

May 28 07:07

Students across the UK demand an end to university complicity in Israeli apartheid

On the 28th of May, university students across the country are gathering in unity with the Palestinian people to demand immediate divestment from companies complicit in Israeli apartheid and settler-colonialism as a part of Apartheid Off Campus’s national day of action.

The recent forced expulsions in Sheik Jarrah, the brutal attacks on Al-Aqsa mosque and the ruthless bombing of Gaza have brought students together in grief, anger and deep solidarity with Palestine. As a result, protests will be taking place on campuses of UK universities that are complicit in these human rights violations. In total, the Palestine Solidarity Campaign database calculates UK universities to be investing £455,815,954 in companies that directly or indirectly assist the violent Israeli regime of dispossession and incremental genocide of the Palestinian people.

May 28 05:38

Foreign Ministry spokesman: US, UK spin Vienna talks on JCPOA to appease Israeli regime

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh says Washington and London spin the goals of the ongoing Vienna talks to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal in order to appease the Israeli regime, which is the sworn enemy of the agreement.

“To appease the sworn enemy of JCPOA, UK/US FMs spin goals of #ViennaTalks. Disappointing!” Khatibzadeh wrote in a tweet on Thursday, referring to the nuclear deal by its official acronym.

The Joint Comprehensive Action (JCPOA) was signed in July 2015 between Iran and six world powers, including the US, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China. It was abandoned in May 2018 by the former administration in the US, in a move strongly supported by the Tel Aviv regime.

The Vienna talks, which began in early April, are aimed at bringing the US back into the deal, under a new administration that has promised to rejoin the deal and repeal Washington’s hostile “maximum pressure” policy against Tehran.

May 28 05:14

GCHQ Breached Human Rights by Bulk Interception of Communications, European Court Rules

Government Communications Headquarters, or GCHQ, is based in a large doughnut-shaped building in Cheltenham in the west of England. It is involved in accessing, analysing and disrupting the communications of Britain’s “adversaries”.

Britain's GCHQ breached people’s fundamental human rights by intercepting huge amounts of email, text, WhatsApp and other electronic conversations, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled.

The Guardian reported that Judge Pinto de Albuquerque said he believed GCHQ had opened the gates for an electronic “Big Brother”.

GCHQ was taken to court by a pressure group, Big Brother Watch, in 2013 following revelations by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden that they, along with the NSA in the United States were hoovering up vast amounts of communications globally.

May 27 10:15

UK Plans Single Digital Identity to Access all Services in an Expanding Government Website

(Biometric Update) – will continue to subsume other public-facing government sites as it creates user accounts and a digital identity solution that will allow a single sign-on for all services, from annual vehicle checks to child adoption.

A blog post by the CEO of the British Cabinet office division Government Digital Service (GDS) details a refreshed set of priorities for 2021 to 2024.

According to the post, in the decade since the GDS was formed and the government portal launched, the focus has been on bringing a plethora of government sites together (more than 2,000 so far), which had been developed separately by departments to suit their needs at the time...

May 27 06:00

Is poverty on the rise in the UK?

May 27 05:45

'If we don't fire the Health Secretary we are going to kill people': Cummings accuses 'serial liar' Hancock of 'criminal, disgraceful behaviour' and using Whitty and Vallance as 'human shields'

Dominic Cummings accused Matt Hancock of 'criminal, disgraceful behaviour' during the early days of the Covid pandemic today as he launched an astonishing broadside at the Health Secretary.

During a no-holds-barred attack on the senior Cabinet Minister he accused him of being a serial liar whose behaviour directly hindered the Government's ability to tackle the pandemic last year.

In a rollercoaster appearance in front of MPs today Mr Cummings outlined a series of failings by Mr Hancock and the Department of Health and Social Care and claimed that the Secretary of State should have been fired 'for at least 15, 20 things, including lying to everybody'.

The former No10 chief adviser also alleged that the then Cabinet Secretary Lord Mark Sedwill told the Prime Minister he had lost confidence in Mr Hancock's honesty, and urged his sacking. Today the Prime Minister denied being told this by the Cabinet Secretary when grilled by Keir Starmer at PMQs.

May 26 09:48

A billionaire at 26... after illness left him housebound: Teetotal graduate becomes Britain's youngest self-made billionaire after launching video conferencing app during lockdown

  • Johnny Boufarhat developed video-conferencing app Hopin while bedridden
  • The app allows conferences to be live-streamed and is valued at £4.1billion
  • The new-found fortune has gained him 113th place in the Sunday Times Rich List

A teetotal 26-year-old has become Britain's youngest self-made billionaire after launching an online events firm at the start of lockdown.

Johnny Boufarhat developed the video-conferencing app Hopin while he was struck down in bed with an auto-immune disease.

May 26 08:42

Covid: Kirklees surge testing begins after Indian variant found

Council and NHS staff have started going door-to-door in parts of Dewsbury offering coronavirus tests after the so-called Indian variant was found.

All people aged over 11 in Savile Town and Thornhill Lees are being asked to take PCR tests and all adults offered vaccinations, Kirklees Council said.

May 26 07:53

Britain’s New Flagship to Lead a Carrier Group Into China’s Missile Kill Zone in First Deployment

The UK is sending its new aircraft carrier, the HMS Queen Elizabeth, to the Indo-Pacific region this month to send a message to Beijing. On Friday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the deployment will show China that the UK believes in the “international law of the sea.”

The US and its allies have been accusing China of threatening the so-called “rules-based order.” One example the West points to is Beijing’s claims in the South China Sea, which the US challenges with dangerous military provocations by frequently sailing warships near Chinese-controlled islands.

The HMS Queen Elizabeth is expected to sail through the South China Sea while in the region. The aircraft carrier will be leading a large naval strike group that will be the largest British Navy deployment since the 1982 Falklands War. A US Navy destroyer will also join the British ships.

May 26 07:39

Shocking report claims as many as 850,000 pedophiles active in the UK, possibly more

There may be 850,000 child sex offenders lurking in the UK, a new report claims. The number is three times higher than previously thought, but may still fall short of the true scale of the threat.

In its annual National Strategic Assessment, the National Crime Agency (NCA) stated last year that there were 300,000 individuals in the UK who posed “a sexual threat to children.” While 35,000 were being managed by law enforcement, the remainder were active online, on the so-called ‘dark web’, the report elaborated.

This year, the numbers have been revised upwards dramatically. Using a new methodology that the NCA claims better captures the number of sex offenders active online, the organization estimated that anythere between 550,000 and 850,000 offenders may be based in the UK. Of these potential threats, just under 75,000 have been “marked” by law enforcement.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

According to NCMEC, as of 2016 there were 859,500 registered sex offenders in United States.

May 26 07:18

UK students punished for defending Palestine

As millions of people have vented anger at the Israeli regime crimes against the Palestinians over the past few weeks, an astonishing anti-Palestine trend has hit British schools. Teachers up and down the UK are being condemned after attempting to punish Muslim students who express solidarity with Palestinians over the past few weeks, ever since Israel’s regime began its indiscriminate attacks on Palestinians starting last Ramadan.

Examples include Rochdale’s Oulder Hill Community School; where a teacher accused a young teenager of having “racist views” for wearing a Palestine flag face mask.

In Leeds, the Head Teacher at Allerton Grange School was forced to apologize after claiming the Palestinian flag was a symbol of anti-Semitism.

And in Manchester, Pars Wood High School defended its decision to suspend a student for chanting “free Palestine” in class, while another student is being investigated for cutting down an Israeli flag at Birkshire’s Maiden Erlegh School.

May 26 07:16

Israel-Palestine: Activists in UK shut down second Israeli arms factory in a week

At 4.30am on Tuesday, activists from the Palestine Action group scaled and occupied the roof of a factory run by Israeli arms maker Elbit Systems, in the British town of Tamworth, Staffordshire, forcing the site to close.

Elbit’s "Elite KL" site in Tamworth manufactures computer systems, hardware and essential components for Israel's Merkava 4 battle tank, which has been used by Israeli forces in Gaza.

Elbit is Israel’s largest arms manufacturer, and has 10 sites across the UK, including factories and offices.

A spokesperson for Palestine Action said: “For the sake of the protection of life and human rights, direct-action against Elbit Systems is a moral duty.”

Activists sprayed red paint across the front of the factory, which, according to the group, was used “to symbolise the bloodshed by Elbit's weapons in Palestine and across the world”.

May 24 08:43

McDonald's restaurants run short of burgers and fries as vegan extremists' two-day blockade of distribution centres 'delays 1,900 lorries' and ends in 14 arrests

Police have arrested 14 vegan activists after they set up demonstrations to block food distribution sites for McDonalds across the UK - with customers reporting a shortage of burgers, fries and breakfast items at some restaurants.

Up to 100 Animal Rebellion demonstrators blocked the entrances to distribution sites in Hemel Hempstead, Basingstoke, Coventry and Greater Manchester using trucks and shackling themselves to bamboo structures at around 4am yesterday.

At around 5pm the group, which is demanding fast food giant McDonald's commit to becoming fully plant-based by 2025, revealed police left for the night at sites in Coventry and Manchester.

May 24 07:57

Elbit protest: Pro-Palestine activists ‘shut down’ drone factory

Pro-Palestinian activists in the United Kingdom extended their demonstration against the Israeli occupation into a third day on Friday, protesting at a factory that they allege makes combat drones for the Israeli military.

Members of the Palestine Action group first scaled the roof of the factory in Leicester, a city in the English Midlands, on Wednesday.

May 24 06:22

Oxford secretly used cell phone data to track millions as part of government-ordered vaccination study – media

The UK government has admitted it used phone data to analyse people’s movement patterns without their knowledge as part of a vaccination study, a new report claims. Officials are said to have preserved the subjects’ anonymity.

The Telegraph cited a report by the Independent Scientific Pandemic Insights Group on Behaviours (SPI-B) which said researchers from the University of Oxford discretely used data from mobile phones as part of their study into how vaccination affects people’s lifestyles.

SPI-B advises the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), which in turn advises the government. The University of Oxford, which developed the Covid-19 vaccine along with the British-Swedish pharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca, conducted the study on SPI-B’s behalf.

May 23 14:35

Oxford secretly used cell phone data to track millions as part of government-ordered vaccination study – media

The UK government has admitted it used phone data to analyse people’s movement patterns without their knowledge as part of a vaccination study, a new report claims. Officials are said to have preserved the subjects’ anonymity.

The Telegraph cited a report by the Independent Scientific Pandemic Insights Group on Behaviours (SPI-B) which said researchers from the University of Oxford discretely used data from mobile phones as part of their study into how vaccination affects people’s lifestyles.

SPI-B advises the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), which in turn advises the government. The University of Oxford, which developed the Covid-19 vaccine along with the British-Swedish pharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca, conducted the study on SPI-B’s behalf.

May 23 13:51

UK government to pay older farmers to retire

Older farmers in England will be paid to retire under a UK government scheme to bring new blood into the trade.

The average farmer could receive a lump sum payment of £50,000 – capped at £100,000 for farmers with most land.

It is part of a massive overhaul of farm grants, incentivising farmers to protect the environment.

Some older farmers are resistant to new “green” methods, Environment Secretary George Eustice believes, and he wants them to move on.

May 23 13:15

British soldiers who refuse Covid jab will be ‘educated’ & could face disciplinary action – media

The British Army will punish military personnel who decline to be vaccinated against Covid-19, the Daily Mail has reported, as the media and government pile pressure on Britons to get the jab.

Orders reportedly issued to the Royal Artillery and Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers state that soldiers who refuse to have the coronavirus vaccine will be “educated” by their commanders.