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UK Column News - 6th April 2020

Brian Gerrish, Mike Robinson and David Scott with today's UK Column News, bringing you the latest Coronavirus updates.

START – CoronaVirus statistics update
Boris still infected – Dominic Raab to take over…?
WEF: we could be vastly overestimating the death rate for COVID-19
ONS: deaths can be recorded in more than one category…
Are death certificates now based on presumption…?
USA: CDC tells hospitals to list CV as cause of death even if it’s just assumed…
Games companies join forces with government to ensure children get the message
MainStream Media insists public must read their news to avoid misinformation
Some COVID-19 comments from qualified medical professionals
Understanding how the government is engineering a COVID-19 crisis
But why are they doing this…?
Michael Gove: restrictions ending will depend on public compliance…
USA: FED money printing hits an all-time high – how long can this continue…?
Scotland: public fury as Scots chief medic flouts her own CV lockdown instructions
The Sun’s Andrew Nicoll: your government has lied to you…
Scottish medical officer visited second home because she knows there is no threat…?
36:40 – Scotland: juries will not be axed
President Trump and France’s Macron urge increased cooperation on CoronaVirus at UN
Expendable Guinea pigs: CoronaVirus vaccine to be tested in Africa…?
OFCOM: radio station sanctioned for misleading CoronaVirus interview
The Lancet: Radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation causes DNA damage
Precautionary Principle: good for climate change, smoking, CV but not for 5G…
BBC: silent on any view except that 5G is safe and essential
BBC stance backed by OFCOM who largely comprise ex-BBC staff…
OFCOM: independent and transparent except when it runs meetings with names withheld
47:27 – Lord Sumption: CV lockdown – we are so afraid of death, no one asks if the cure is worse
Lord Sumption: silencing dissent is not acceptable
48:39 – Humour starts to pull apart the government fear propaganda