In language which recalls the Online Safety Bill, which passed its last reading on September 19, the proposed Media Bill aims to reduce public exposure to 'harmful' content – created by non-mainstream sources.
A UK police force have confirmed that they will not bring charges against pro-lifer Isabel Vaughan-Spruce over her silent prayer outside an abortion center, and issued an apology for the length of time to reach the decision not to prosecute her.
'Ministry of Justice officials have compiled background profiles on journalists that make freedom of information requests, as well as apparently giving press officers and Conservative political appointees input on whether disclosures can be made,' The Times reports.
The obvious failure of Scotland’s response was summarized in an opening report commissioned by Scotland's official COVID inquiry and written by Dr. Ashley Croft, a public health infection epidemiologist.
'What we saw was forced injection of people after succumbing to the threat of the deprivation of their families’ livelihood and the ability to feed children... COVID was never about health, it was about wealth transfer using deceit. Deceit that is inhuman; monstrously inhuman.'