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Adam Boulton floored

Dear Editor 

I was interviewed by Adam Boulton shortly after Carl Benjamin stated he would not rape Jess Phillips after she had ridiculed men who committed suicide. Carl had recently lost his uncle to suicide and it was very raw for him and he was furious.

Boulton asked, in his very sarcastic way, what I thought of Carl’s remark. I just said ‘I am sure there are people watching this who would say the same thing about me!’ That floored him. (It is at about 2min 45sec in this clip.)

The standard of British journalism in the MSM is in the gutter.

Liz Phillips


Too many having an easy life in the public sector

Dear Editor

The Chartered Institute of Personnel has revealed that the average public sector worker took almost twice as much sick leave as those in the private sector. Public sector employees 10.6 days, private 5.8 days. Could this mean that the public sector managers are turning a blind eye to staff absences and sick leave? 

The TaxPayers’ Alliance has established that public sector employees are paid 7 per cent more than those in the private sector, and employees in the public sector get 30 days holidays a year, whereas the private sector averages 25 days. It gets worse. In 2019 there were 5.385million employed in the public sector. In June 2023 this had risen to 5.74million. An unsustainable 355,000 extra feeding at the taxpayers’ trough. No wonder our taxes are so cripplingly high. A cull is overdue.

Clark Cross 



Covid ‘vaccines’ certainly don’t save lives

Dear Editor

If the Covid vaccine indeed saved lives, over a period the 
percentage of total all-cause deaths would be correspondingly lower in the vaccinated than the percentage of the population actually 
vaccinated. About 85 per cent of the population – we can’t be certain of this figure as we don’t accurately know the total population – has in fact been vaccinated, ie had at least one dose of the vaccine, so we might expect all-cause mortality in this group to be significantly less than 85 per cent of total deaths due to the beneficial effect of the vaccine.

But it is more, much more. According to ONS figures for deaths in 
England June 2022 to May 2023, 96.3 per cent of all-cause deaths in England were among the vaccinated and 3.7 per cent among the unvaccinated. Deaths are much higher among the vaccinated than we would expect. Total deaths in this period were 490,704, so excess deaths linked to the vaccine might be (96.3 – 85) per cent x 490,704 = 55,450.

Jerry Lanning



Executioners at work

Dear Editor,

Gillian Dymond’s letter decrying how those of us d’un certain âge are harassed by the needle-wielders speaks for us all.

Popped into a chemist yesterday to get some French shower gel to find it had converted itself into a jabbing factory. Expectant recipients were queuing in a seating area outside a room in which, when the door opened, two executioners in virtuous masks could be seen, as sinister as the beheaders of yesteryear.

I waited what seemed an eternity to pay for said shower gel as the two vendeuses were so busy ushering people into the gas chamber and making appointments for other assidués. I suddenly lost all appetite to purchase anything from the purveyor of poisons and took my leave.

Francesca Abbott 


What about our human rights?

This is a reader’s letter to the Daily Telegraph 

Dear Editor 

The UN SDG (Sustainable Development Goal) target 10.7 calls on countries to facilitate ‘orderly, safe, regular and responsible migration and mobility of people’.

It makes no distinction between illegal economic migrants and refugees, when the UN knows full well that we do not have the capacity (or need) for more than a fraction of the potential influx.

Neither the UN nor the ECHR seems interested in the human rights of the 75,000,000 who reside in the UK – a country which is already overcrowded – and so we must break the stranglehold that they seem to have over us. We must wrest back control.

Roger J Arthur

West Sussex


To C or not to C?

Dear Kathy,

Fantastic work, please keep it up.

Could TCW follow the lead of Claire Craig in her fantastic book Expired: Covid, the Untold Story, and stop capitalising the C in the word ‘covid’ completely?

Also, could the word ‘vaccine’ be put in quotation marks whenever the mRNA vaccine is being referred to? It manifestly is NOT a vaccine as it contains no attenuated or live virus.

David Lawrenson


How to help the vaccine injured

Dear Editor,

Proposal: Pay the doctors, NHS consultants, etc exactly what they demand. Then require them to compensate in full all those injured by the C19 jabs which they performed without fully informing patients of potential harms. Doctors whom the GMC has struck off for advocating ‘conspiracy theories’ should be exempt.  

Paul Charles Gregory

Haute-Loire, France

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