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Vaccine passports for universities would be a dreadful mistake ✍️ Molly Kingsley
‘While it’s true that this government has bust a gut replacing all the officers their predecessors removed through austerity, this will merely restore numbers to 2010 levels ✍️ Ian Acheson
'If alcohol intoxication really were the cause of individual ill health and wider social dysfunction, unchecked by any broader benefit, we should expect it to have been eliminated by natural and cultural selection.’ ✍️ John Maier
'Yesterday, Australia’s health department reported just 157 positive cases. Yet for weeks, Sydney and Melbourne have been locked down.' ✍️ Terry Barnes
'Can circus’s raw joy, derived from visceral pleasure rather than cerebral contemplation, survive such scholarly scrutiny?’ ✍️ Dea Birkett
WATCH: Dr David Nabarro, the WHO's Special Envoy on Covid-19, tells Andrew Neil: 'We really do appeal to all world leaders: stop using lockdown as your primary control method'. Watch the full interview here: | #SpectatorTV @afneil @davidnabarro
'The things they want to censor don't identify any complainants, but they do contain embarrassing allegations against Sturgeon's government. If we say no, we could have a £50,000 fine. They are stopping the whole truth from coming out' ?️Fraser Nelson ?