Staff in Tesco became Wales' first 'trolley police' as they covered-up non-essential items during the country's coronavirus firebreak lockdown. First Minister Mark Drakeford has banned their sale

Shops accounted for a tiny, tiny fraction of infections. This lunacy is just making a depressing situation worse. Future generations will look back on this and wonder what the Welsh government had been smoking.

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Vitaly Petrov's appointment as an FIA race steward at Formula 1's Portuguese Grand Prix faced further criticism on Friday after LGBTQ+ movement Racing Pride spoke out against it

Here we go again with the cancel culture. How exactly are Petrov's opinions concerning sexuality going to affect his judgement of driving infringements? It's just that some people think their opinions are sacrosanct and those who disagree with them shouldn't be entitled to a job. Now, how tolerant is that?

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Maureen Eames won an army of fans after telling the BBC she did not 'give a sod' about coronavirus rules

Whitty, Vallance et al. are stuck in a psychological trap. In order to do the right thing and open the country up again, they'd need to admit to themselves that they stole seven months of everyone's lives, wrecked the economy for a decade and destroyed the jobs, businesses, relationships and retirement plans for millions. That's too much of a burden for anyone to take on voluntarily and so they must be relieved of their positions.

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WORRIED parents are today demanding answers over concerns that a new pupil at their children’s school could be a “40-year-old man”. Parents whose kids go to the school in Coventry received a letter…

This keeps happening. There's something deeply wrong when so many "professionals" can endanger children by denying what is completely obvious. The parents and the governors should be hauling the school's head over the coals for this.

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Rhys James and his three friends were kept in isolation in a Florence Covid facility for two months.

Anyone remember the '80s when locking up people with HIV, a really deadly virus that was killing nearly everyone infected with it, was deemed as unethical and ineffective? What a long time ago that seems.

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The BBC found racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic content on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music and Deezer.

And? They still sell the Koran on Amazon, too.

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That patient is absolutely guaranteed not to contract or spread the virus now. Have they chalked this one up as a success?

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The Brazilian volunteer did not receive the vaccine being tested by AstraZeneca and Oxford University.

Die within 28 days of a positive test result and you're a Covid death. Die after taking an experimental vaccine and you're an unrelated and incidental death. They'll probably try to fine your estate for "disrupting vital medical research" or "alerting the public to the dangers of untested vaccines".

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SCOTLAND’S pubs and restaurants will remain under a strict circuit-breaker lockdown for another week, Nicola Sturgeon revealed today. The First Minister confirmed the news at her daily corona…

Lockdown policies and politicians' promises: two things you absolutely know you cannot rely on.

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Restrictions targeted chiefly at bars and restaurants in the central belt will continue until November.

"The measures didn't work so we've renewed them" - I suppose we should just be glad they settled on closing the pubs instead of something equally ineffective but even more damaging like human sacrifice. Sweaty socks led by donkeys.

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