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Dear Editor

China, India and 85 other nations deliberately ignored the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s deadline to submit their ‘nationally determined contributions’ for cutting CO2 emissions as requested for collation and presentation to COP26. Hopes of a successful COP26 are fast receding just like the previous 25. A Climate Change fund of $100billion a year was promised to developing countries to curb their escalating emissions. However developed countries have consistently fallen short of the $100billion promised. Now South Africa is demanding that this fund is increased to $750billion a year. It was always about money for developing nations, not control of greenhouse gases. There is no chance that China and 196 other nations will deliver pledges that together would see Net Zero by 2050 and global warming kept below 2C. The UK should immediately tell the delegates that COP26 is cancelled since countries have not produced their ‘nationally determined contributions’ and that the $100billion climate cake is off the table, never mind a $750billion one.

Clark Cross
West Lothian, Scotland


Dear Editor,

I do believe passionately that what was, until so recently, a series of skirmishes on a range of encroachments/fronts has now become total war and it is the massed and varied armies of falsehood (many members of which are decent, honourable but utterly unwitting) pitted against those who are saying: I will not lie nor will I be caught up in lies.

In part I rejoice, because the gloves are finally off: but I also grieve, and for the young especially, caught as they are in a terrible crossfire of culture wars, social media exposure and libertarian moral bankruptcy on the part of most of their elders.

Extraordinarily, I sense that it will not be long before we need to begin to meet in small groups, covertly, to offer support and to begin to form organised resistance. Whoever would have thought to live to see this in 21st century Great Britain?!

Fr Jonathan Beswick
Wapping, London


Dear Editor

A couple of decades ago the Labour government signed the UK up to a target of 15 per cent of energy (including heat and transport, not just electricity) from renewables by 2020. This seems to have been forgotten about and the end of 2020 slipped quietly by. But the data is now in and we achieved only 13.6 per cent, which is a failure in itself but even more so when we consider that our energy consumption in 2020 fell to a level last seen in the 1950s due to Covid.

Almost all we’ve done is deploy innumerable wind turbines and solar panels, and this is picking the low-hanging fruit. It’s no wonder that the government has moved away from targets based on percentages of energy from renewables, and now talks about ‘net zero’, which is deception in my view.

Geoff Moore,
Ross and Cromarty, Scotland


Dear Editor,

I am in my eighties. I had a bad case of Covid-19 in 2020 and recovered through my own natural immunity. I have no need of the ‘jabs’ and no wish to access a ‘vaxxpass’!

Under lockdowns I have had a serious amount of time to follow up research on the ‘virus’ pandemic. I have read the Great Barrington Declaration and most of the pages from Mike Yeadon and Prof Carl Heneghan.  

There are only three major indisputable facts which the population need to know to inform them:

1 )  These ‘jabs’ do not prevent infection nor transmission so what is the point?

2 )  the recovery rate at all ages is more than 99.8 per cent  for otherwise healthy people.

3)  the average of death ‘from Covid-19’ is 82.4 years, at which point I have not yet arrived!

However, I find that I am now treated as a ‘pariah’ by my former friends, who have all taken the ‘jab’. They will not meet me, don’t want to meet in our local (which is very flexible apart from distancing). I live in a small village south of York. I am having great difficulty in finding anyone, any group, anybody with whom I can have a serious conversation about the problems of the non-vaxx like us. I refuse to take the ‘jab’ for a spurious need, such as taking a holiday – or going to the pub.

I am appealing to you – is there any group or a set of groups, which is a support link for people like me?  

I need a local life raft of someone who will talk to me and assure me that I have not lost all my marbles.


Judith Maunder


Dear Editor

The government says that no one will ever be able to leave the country unless they are vaccinated. The jab is set to become a permanent condition for travel.

How did a virus morph into totalitarian politics and why? Aside from the abysmal incompetence of managing Covid from the start, the authoritarian turn must be an issue for the inquiry commencing next year. Is it an implicit admission and fear that Covid is a bioweapon that is driving such extreme insane overreaction to containment of the virus? The injection is the most dangerous (and ineffective) substance ever produced and rolled out to millions without proper testing. This is criminal. More shocking still is the contempt shown for the Nuremberg Code and the principle of informed consent. Coercive vaccination is now a civil liberties issue. Since vaccination does not confer immunity and the vaccinated can catch the virus and transmit it to others, there really is no rational justification for mandatory inoculation. What precisely is going on and who is orchestrating it? It’s very far from a normal reaction to a public health challenge. Why has the government refused to heed the warnings of expert Dr Robert Malone and others and instead opted for the lesser knowledge of Sage advisers?

The government must be stopped but this won’t happen until a major class action lawsuit is launched that cannot be ignored by politicians and media. A lawyer needs to set it in motion now and Big Pharma’s immunity from prosecution must be overridden and form part of a lawsuit. The politicians, Sage and MSM must be caught now before they head off into retirement pleading they were not responsible. Look no further than the disgraceful testimony of Kenneth Clark last week on the issue of contaminated blood.


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