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‘I wear my mask for the benefit of others’: true or false?


MASK wearers claim that they are acting for the benefit of others, says economist Nigel Watson. But is this true? While out on a walk, he sees evidence that mask-wearers are hypocritical, that their behaviour indicates that they actually care very little about the welfare of others, and they are no more than virtue signallers. You can follow his devastatingly logical reasoning here:

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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