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UK Column News - 10th July 2020

Mike Robinson and Patrick Henningsen with today's UK Column News.

START – Guidance for Public Health Officers – potentially infectious persons
What is a Public Health Officer…? Do they have law enforcement powers…?
As the CoronaVirus threat rapidly diminishes, new powers appear…
Simon Dolan (UK lockdown challenge) takes on the fight against these new rules
Arrivals to the UK from dozens of countries will no longer have to self-isolate
Scotland’s Sturgeon refuses entry to Spanish visitors
UK: Swedish, Serbian, Bulgarian, Albanian, Chinese and US visitors not welcome
It’s bio-jingoism but geo-politics is the real reason
19:13 – IHME: more CoronaVirus modelling used to control populations
More evidence on ineffectiveness of face masks against CV and danger of Hypoxia 
Telegraph: A&E appointments should be introduced in response to CoronaVirus
Gradually shutting down the NHS to force people to use private health care…?
29:28 – Ian R. Crane fundraising campaign still growing
30:18 – Chancellor’s mini budget last Wednesday: happy meals all round…
Pubs and restaurants in England trade at half their pre-virus levels
UK Column receives letter from a UK chef
Why is UK facing draconian lockdown regulations while other countries are not…?
The new normal: 13,500 work coaches to help people find work
Track & trace officers, Covid police, Public Health Officers are the new employment
38:44 – UK government debt hits £2 trillion…
OECD: facing the jobs crisis – unemployment is soaring worldwide
CoronaVirus is not driving this – government policy is the driver…
43:06 – The cost of rolling out universal credit rises by £1.4 billion, say auditors
Universal credit is not the solution and will just lead to more debt
44:07 – China and the new Steele dossier
British court rules against Steele in dossier lawsuit, orders ex-spy to pay Russian bankers
Russiagate comes to a screeching halt
45:31 – Al Qaeda pet rescue – the latest white helmet propaganda