Brian Gerrish, Alex Thomson and Debi Evans with today’s UK Column News. Guest segment with Professor Emeritus Chris Flowers.
Is Any Data Safe—And Who Lets Leaks Happen?
00:30 Belfast Telegraph: PSNI data leak document posted on wall opposite Sinn Fein office along with ‘sinister’ threat
Kennedys Law: The Electoral Commission data breach: three key takeaways
North American courts: Montana's "constitutional climate rights", and ruling Alberta lockdown illegal on a technicality
05:45 Bloomberg: Montana Youth Climate Activists Get Historic Win in State Case
Read the judgment: Held v. Montana
The Federal List: Canadian Court Invalidates Covid Lockdowns Due To Illegal Implementation
Andrew Bridgen Exposes—33 Years Ago Today: Gulf War Anthrax Jab Harms Foreseen By MoD
09:46 Andrew Bridgen (Twitter): “Shocking evidence released, also of the cavalier attitude to vaccine safety and vaccine harms back in 1990”
Andrew Bridgen (Twitter): “Letter to Rishi Sunak with all the evidence sent yesterday.”
Dr Chris Flowers And His 3,500 Volunteers
16:19 Dr Chris Flowers (Substack): A Bunch of Flowers
UK Column interview: Amy Kelly—An Angel with Clout
UK Column interview: What did Pfizer know? A shot in the dark
Brian. Just wanted to say how much I enjoyed and appreciated David Scott's interview with Katie Hopkins. What a wonderful, entertaining, principled and inspiring lady she is.
UK Column content: Debi Evans Blog: 15 August 2023
Comment from Brian Gerrish:
Thank you, Jane, for your card & kind donation to our new studio home.
E-mail to UK Column: Asylum Seekers and Save Our Stradey Park and Neighbourhood (Llanelli)
Conservatives' Public Order Act 2023 In Action: Thou Shalt Not Pray
31:00 The Daily Sceptic: Looks Like You've Had a Bit Too Much to Think, Sir
Ukraine: Admiral Radakin Visits Kiev—Without His Toy Map
32:30 Ministry of Defence (Twitter): Latest Defence Intelligence update on the situation in Ukraine—14 August 2023
Your MP Can Still Speak His Mind—SNP Statesman(?) Wants This Existential "Threat To Democracy" Curtailed
The Spectator: Angus MacNeil expelled from the SNP after bust-up with chief whip
(The change from Owen Thompson to Brendan O'Hara was the second recent replacement of SNP Chief Whip at Westminster in as many years after Patrick Grady got handsy with staff)
UK Column Podcast Series: A Dissident's Guide to the Constitution
Government Tender Alert! Contract For Access to Media Monitoring Services At Home—And Is Refugee Rent Being Topped Up In A Pilot Scheme?
42:50 Crown Commercial Service: Media Monitoring and Associated Services
Government Contracts Finder: Provision of Access to Media Monitoring Services
To ensure communications are underpinned by effective media monitoring, Cabinet Office and the His Majesty (HM) Treasury Communications Team intend to procure an online platform which provides access to previously aired tv and radio broadcast footage from a range of UK national and regional channels.
Government Contracts Finder: Future opportunity: 2023-2024-009: Migrant Rent Deposit Scheme
Funds that are not drawn upon at the end of the tenancy will remain within the TDS to assist further refugee households through the pilot.
Please contact UK Column if you have any information about this government initiative.
The Dangers Of EVs: Is Your Bike A Firework?
45:25 Sky News: E-bike and e-scooter owners urged to check if chargers are appropriate
New Zealand Herald: House on fire in Pakuranga Heights, electric vehicle ablaze in garage
Top comment by Eric Rodz:
Cellphones, tablets and laptops are much more complex than an e-bike and they all contain dangerous lithium batteries too. So they also need to be excluded from the list of right-to-repair products. Best regards, Apple Inc.
Electrical Safety First: Battery breakdown: Our report into dangerous lithium-ion batteries
Devon Devilment: Paignton Town Centre Crossroads Resembles Loyalist Kerbs Of Belfast
51:25The Telegraph: Confused by these road markings? You're not the only one
Spokesman for Torbay Council:
The red is to remind motorists as they approach the junction to slow down and think ‘should I be driving through here?’ before proceeding to turn slowly at the junction. The blue is to better define the carriage for pedestrians and to reflect some of the placemaking ambitions for a permanent scheme.
German Establishment All-Out To Ban Political Opponents
Junge Freiheit: The oddities in the Andreas Jurca case (paywall)
And Finally: Taxed Beyond The Grave
58:45 This is Money: Families face spectre of bigger tax bills if they inherit a pension