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UK Column News - 26th June 2020

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

START – 500,000 naughty people ‘swarm’ to beaches on hottest day of the year
Matt Hancock: we do have the power to shut down beaches
Bournemouth councillor Vikki Slade initiates ‘emergency response’
The ‘second wave’ narrative is being pushed out hard across Europe
Italian Professor Alberto Zangrillo: CoronaVirus no longer clinically exists
Being outdoors on the hottest day of the year is probably the safest place to be…
Policy is the real CoronaVirus killer not a lack of preparedness
BBC: CoronaVirus – UK councils fear bankruptcy amid Covid-19 costs
14:03 – The New Abnormal: government propaganda is on steroids
Catering, hospitality and leisure is facing a vast amount of new rules and regulations
Reopening under these regulations will not be feasable for many businesses…
Ireland: pubs will be required to collect contact details of drinkers when they reopen
Patrons to be limited to a maximum stay of 1 hour 45 minutes
Why are regulations in the UK so draconian compared to much of Europe…?
Covid clubbing in the Netherlands: no dancing allowed
The general population has never been at any serious risk of being hospitalised for Covid
USA: Covid-19 Essentials store opens in Miami, Florida…
Face mask safety: know the facts before you wear one
33:20 – Covid hasn’t killed globalisation but it has made the world a far more dangerous place
Agenda 2030: the ‘green recovery’ and climate crisis being pushed again post Covid
World Economic Forum is pushing the great ‘economic reset’ via the Covid Action Plan
Government policy has shut down economies not the CoronaVirus…
IMF: Global Financial Stability Report – severe economic contraction looming
A huge consolidation of power will take place, eliminating competition & killing independents
This is all part of a pre-planned policy to re-architect the global economy on green agenda lines
500,000 UK workers have been removed from furlough scheme
UK workers furloughed: 9.1 million at its peak
44:08 – UK trade is golden: despite Brexit fears, gold still tops the import export lists
UK’s other notable imports: $10 billion of human and animal blood…
DHSC guidance: ensuring blood and blood products are safe if there’s no Brexit deal
Where is this blood coming from and where is it going…?
47:40 – Don’t leave veteran’s fate to the jobsworths, says Frederick Forsyth
Dennis Hutchings case switched to jury trial after all…scheduled for next February
The British king: Civil Service chief’s future in doubt as Boris eyes Whitehall shake-up
52:14 – Start Treaty talks: China…has a responsibility to take part in global arms control