Brian Gerrish, Mike Robinson, Alex Thomson and Mark Anderson with today’s UK Column News.
00:28 Jeremy Hunt becomes Chancellor of the Exchequer (Finance Minister) and bails out markets
07:54 Director of Payment Systems at Bank of Finland warns people to keep cash in case of system outages
10:00 Tesco supermarkets in London reportedly requiring apps and loyalty cards as condition of entry
12:20 Fifteen Swiss banks need $6 billion of extra credit
British Intelligence and China
14:11 Chinese technology poses major risk, says Director of GCHQ
17:15 Who is Jeremy Hunt—and who is Mrs Hunt (Lucia Guo)?
24:55 Liz Truss the victim of a very British coup?
Covid status quo
26:10 Irish Republic makes contingency plans for winter mask-wearing
28:17 Joel Smalley blogs that someone has fraudulently logged him as having had Covid jabs—can viewers attest to similar?
World Health Summit, Berlin, plans global health treaty
38:55 Ports to Arms Approach to Access—Supercharging ACT-A for Future Pandemics panel (featuring Dr Tedros)
One Shot — Our New Vision for Global Health: Global Health Security Consortium, a partnership of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, the Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine and the University of Oxford
48:20 "Russian drone and missile attacks across Ukraine — Zelensky": BBC report
48:35 "How Ukraine is winning the social media war" — BBC report
49:10 Defense of Ukraine tweet on Swedish support
50:00 "Bakhmut: The Ukrainian city where Russia is still advancing" — BBC report
50:45 Io Sto con Putin tweet on censorship
53:20 "Inside Britain's £5.5 billion military disaster" — Daily Telegraph report
Iran unrest stoked by West?
54:00 White House statement
NATO wants Austria despite its constitutional neutrality
Public order or dictatorship?
1:02:30 Home Secretary Suella Braverman's article on eco-zealots — Daily Mail
1:03:20 Just Stop Oil climbers on Dartford QE2 bridge — BBC report
1:03:40 London climate protesters spray paint on Aston Martin showroom — The National (UAE) report
1:04:00 Public Order Bill to be resubmitted to Parliament — Parliament.UK bill status
1:05:40 Broadcasting regulator Ofcom to investigate Mark Steyn for Dr Naomi Wolf interview — Ofcom tweet
1:07:10 West Midlands policeman tells journalist he'll be arrested if he uses "derogatory, defamatory or discriminatory terms" and asks bystander whether she was insulted — footage courtesy of Bad Law Team on Twitter
Same police policy in Bristol: David Scott interview of Pastor Dia Moodley
Same police policy in Hampshire and Surrey: Charles Malet article on bad law giving rise to woke police
England & Wales' current (1986 Public Order Act, §4 and §5) statutory framework: Crown Prosecution Service guidelines on "fear or provocation of violence; harassment, alarm or distress" — N.B.:
With effect from 1 February 2014, section 5 no longer includes words, behaviour, or displays which are simply “insulting”.