They claim mandatory jabs are an “infringement on personal freedom”. Never mind when they locked students down in halls last year.
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A study is being used to justify more Low Traffic Neighbourhoods, a scheme that will hit plumbers, electricians and other tradesmen hardest.
The paradox of the NHS Test and Trace app is it becomes disruptive when it is effective.
The statistics led the Victims’ Commissioner to say we are effectively witnessing “the de-criminalisation of rape”.
“The potential impact upon productivity and the economy is huge”, one expert tells ConservativeHome.
This ideology celebrates willpower, yet scientific research challenges how much of it we have when making dietary choices.
Heads they win, tails they lose. Ministers are now under double pressure – from both pro and anti-lockdown campaigners.
The former claim that Ministers are moving too slowly; the latter that they’re moving too fast – or that they shouldn’t move at all.
The second piece in a mini-series on ConHome this week on Net Zero and climate change.
The Office of National Statistics data shows that the amount of adults self-isolating has rapidly come down.
John Pullinger has done little to quell concerns that the body interferes in issues beyond its remit.
Many leaders will have traits that wouldn’t look good on these sorts of assessments.
Most of the action has been over Covid-related divisions. And most of the dissenters are from older intakes.
Sooner or later this problem is going to hit the Tories – hard – due to the demographics the party needs to attract at the next election.
GB News. Will anti-cancel culture campaigns emerge to cancel the cancel culture campaigns – or try to?
It was interesting to see the positive reaction to the Co-op, which was one of the few companies to stand by its decision to advertise, on social media.
The channel has done well to recruit voices from the podcast market and other unorthodox media channels.