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Almost 40 per cent of recent ‘Covid deaths’ were people who died from another condition

The reported number of daily Covid deaths has been tumbling for some weeks, reaching zero across the whole of the UK for the first time on Tuesday. But new ONS figures show the real number of deaths is lower still. Out of 107 Covid deaths registered in the week ending May 21, just 66 had the virus recorded as the underlying cause of death – 61.7 per cent. For the rest of the cases, although coronavirus was mentioned on the death certificate it was not a major cause – Telegraph

A quarter of Britain’s licensed premises still to reopen after lockdown – Caterer

Boris Johnson warns green list could be culled as Portugal faces axe – Telegraph

WHO scientist served notice by Indian Bar Association for opposing Ivermectin’s use for Covid cure – Free Press Journal

Investigation launched as names of SAS troops are revealed in Army email blunder – Mail

US senator introduced bill to ban vaccine passports for domestic flights – Epoch Times


Woke hypocrites are fuelling a terrifying rise in anti-Semitism – Allister Heath, Telegraph

Our children deserve better than this half-hearted education recovery plan – Sir Kevan Collins, Times

This plan to ban smoking outside leaves me fuming (and I’m not even a regular puffer) – Stephen Glover, Mail

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