Johnson isn’t listening to the right scientists

Is Britain really seeing the beginnings of a ‘second wave’ of coronavirus? Carl Heneghan, professor of evidence-based medicine at the University of Oxford, has his doubts. A rare voice of reason throughout the madness of the last six months, Professor Heneghan has done the analysis which appears to be beyond the ken of government scientists... Continue Reading →

An epidemic running out of steam

As in London and New York, so now in Delhi. Results from a survey in the Indian capital released this week show 23.5 per cent antibody rate for the coronavirus. This figure, from a survey of 21,387 citizens conducted between June 27 and July 10 by the Indian Centre for Disease Control, is similar to... Continue Reading →

Abortion: what on earth is going on?

I feel I need to apologise to readers for my failure to write on abortion lately given everything that’s been going on. This was partly because I was too miffed at the underhand and anti-democratic way the abortion lobby was carrying on (and to make things worse, largely getting away with it), and partly because... Continue Reading →

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