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I was getting a sense of déjà vu with Rafael Behr's 'heart attack' article.
Reminds me of the sale of indulgences by the pre-1517 Catholic Church.
Important letter from @IndependentSage in today's The Sunday Times. "The government’s ultimate strategy on the coronavirus is obscure. Public statements by ministers intimate a lifting of restrictions after priority groups are vaccinated. We consider this very dangerous"
"First, it relies on the false premise that protecting the vulnerable renders the virus innocuous. " @IndependentSage [ on the flaws in the UK government's strategy on coronavirus] 2/7
"Second, high levels of circulating virus, especially as vaccination rates increase, create conditions that favour the emergence of vaccine-resistant mutations. @IndependentSage [ on the flaws in the UK government's strategy on coronavirus] 3/7
Third, while reducing mortality, it will not significantly relieve pressure on critical care, where 75% of patients are 70 or under. @IndependentSage [ on the flaws in the UK government's strategy on coronavirus] 4/7
Eight Twitter accounts, over 6 days, with an average follower count of 28. Why did they all tweet exactly the same thing?
Dom Cummings's cottage isn't his Dad's after all. He is named on the title deeds as the property's owner. If it's a second home, surely Classic Dom did break lockdown rules in moving there.
Yesterday's Sunday Times revealed that Boris Johnson's government doctored a video in order to hide the fact that, on 2 March, the PM was urging Brits to go about "business as usual ". Well, here's the part they cut out. via @brexit_sham