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Cloth masks nothing more than 'comfort blanket'

Standard face coverings are just "comfort blankets" that do little to reduce the spread of Covid particles, a scientist advising Sage on ventilation has said.

Wokeism is coming for the (feathered) birds!

Woke warriors are behind a drive to rename hundreds of bird species because their names are deemed to have links to slavery and colonialism.

Alcoholic liver deaths up by 21% since start of Covid

Deaths caused by alcoholic liver disease have risen by 21 per cent during the coronavirus pandemic, according to Public Health England (PHE).

Freedom Day? Not Actually!

The extent to which ‘Freedom Day’ will really mean ‘freedom’ for England has been called into question after, in the last three days, the House of Commons has backed compulsory vaccination for care workers, London’s mayor has ordered masks still be warn on public transport, and the prime minister has called for some venues to use vaccine passports.

Actor in bare-bottom monkey suit at children's library time

A London library has apologised for holding an event to encourage children to read during which an actor dressed in a bare-bottomed monkey costume with a fake penis.

Illegal Migrant Jailed for Murder

Albanian illegal migrant Elton Stefa has been handed a “life” sentence for “brutally” murdering a father-of-two with a Stanley knife and a metal scaffolding pole.

Prosecutors Will No Longer Prosecute Illegal Migrants

A new deal between prosecutors, police, border agents, the National Crime Agency (NCA), and the Home Office will see prosecutions for illegal entry largely abandoned, except possibly in cases involving people who have previously been deported.

Covid: Children's extremely low risk confirmed by study

The overall risk of children becoming severely ill or dying from Covid is extremely low, a new analysis of Covid infection data confirms.

Prosecutors drop Troubles cases against ex-soldiers

Two Army veterans facing murder charges from the Northern Ireland Troubles, including on Bloody Sunday in 1972, will now not face trial.

The cases involve individuals known as Soldier F and Soldier B.