In the UK, the pingdemic is bringing the country to its knees in ways that Covid-19 never managed. China is taking a battering from both world opinion and the weather. And the scale of technological capability in spying on people has been dramatically exposed by Pegasus.
Dramatic evidence of medical fraud seems to undermine the case for Ivermectin as a Covid-19 treatment. The EU launches its massive Green Deal plan and braces itself for what it expects to be a massive backlash. And Britons are being forced into quarantine by an out of control app while being told to eat algae.
In the UK, the promised freedom day is on the horizon and yet nobody’s happy. An attribution study shows just how extraordinary was the recent heatwave in the US and Canada. And a leaked draft of the IPCC 2022 report has many convinced it’s the end of the world.
The UK health secretary is brought down, but the country is increasingly chafing against intrusive rules that have just become dumb. Northwestern America has been hit by a truly intense heatwave feeding into the debate around Joe Biden’s huge spending climate bills. And former President Trump’s new social media platform is launched – for real this time. But will he even join it himself?
Joe Biden’s losses on climate change and voting rights show just how weak the administration’s position currently is. Rumours swirl of a top-level Chinese defector with news of the truth about the origin of Covid-19. And early sequences of the virus are discovered after they were attempted to be deleted by Chinese researchers.
Joe Biden goes out to tell the world and Vladimir Putin particularly that he’s not Donald Trump. The UK pushes back the opening from lockdown by a month creating significant backlash. And the world tests out my theory that green politicians can’t sell radical policies to the electorate.
The US delivers a formal rebuke to the UK normally reserved for enemies not allies, falling vaccination rates mean the US is unlikely to meet its target for independence day. And is the UK betraying the poor by cutting back on its foreign aid?
The UK government wreaks havoc with yet more sudden changes on Covid policy. Dr Anthony Fauci’s emails become the latest topic of furious partisan battles in the US. And China’s Ji Xinping decides the country needs to be more loveable
The mainstream focus has turned to seriously consider the Wuhan lab leak hypothesis. The UK prime ministers’s former number one aide Dominic Cummings unleashes a massive attack on the government’s competence in the face of the pandemic. And oil company Shell is told by a court that it has to cut its emissions nearly in half within ten years.
The BBC faces its biggest scandal, over its own deceit that may have led to the death of Princess Diana, The latest Israel Palestine conflict may be at an end and few are really talking about why it happened. And the German Greens are in with a shot in the government elections, if they can win support for their shock radical proposal.