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Father and son challenge fines for leaving Ireland during Covid restrictions

A father and son have brought High Court challenges against €2,000 fines imposed on each of them for leaving the country earlier this year.


More than 600,000 abortions per year in 4 European countries

The country with more abortions is France (224,000). England and Wales reached their highest figures. Germany and Spain increased the number of abortions below 2%.


Police Buckle to Mob Rule: Release Illegal Immigrants To the Mob

Campaigners have hailed a victory for Glaswegian solidarity and told the Home Office “you messed with the wrong city” as two men detained by UK Immigration Enforcement were released back into their community after a day of protest.


Leading Science journalist: Yeah, Covid was developed in a lab

Nicholas Wade, if you have never heard of him, is not just some random journalist. For 30 years, he was the Science Editor at the New York Times. Before that, he was Editor of Science, one of the most important Scientific journals in the world. So, when he publishes an exhaustive argument setting out the reasons for his belief that Covid 19 was developed in, and escaped from, a laboratory in Wuhan, China, it’s worth taking notice.


Females told to ‘be quiet’ on transgender issue - ex-weightlifter

Former Olympic weightlifter Tracey Lambrechs says females are being told to “be quiet” when they complain about the fairness of transgender New Zealand athlete Laurel Hubbard competing in women’s competitions.


Trans groups have “too much say” on hate crime laws – UK judge

Former Old Bailey judge Charles Wide has said freedom of speech could “suffer” if transgender groups continue to be given an “unbalanced” influence on the expansion of hate crime laws.


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