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 →

Is there ‘systemic racism’ in Britain?

Systemic racism, according to those who campaign against it, is the disadvantage experienced by ethnic minorities on account of the bias, conscious and subconscious, that some people, particularly from the ethnic majority, have in respect of them. Even though racial discrimination in most contexts is unlawful, it still happens, and the impact falls largely on... Continue Reading →

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