Brian Gerrish, David Scott and Debi Evans with today's UK Column News.
Cardiovascular Disease Deaths Increase; Is Anybody Asking Why? (other than suggesting airports and Mondays are to blame)
In the UK as many as 100,000 hospital admissions each year are due to heart attacks; that's 260 admissions each day or one every five minutes.
Guardian: Health bosses warn of heart disease emergency in England
BHF: Nearly 100,000 more deaths involving heart conditions and stroke than usual since
Sun: Heart disease and strokes have killed 100K more people than expected since pandemic struck
Evening Standard: Deadly heart attacks more likely on a Monday, study finds
GOV.UK: Number of defibrillators to be increased with new funding
GOV.UK: Every school will have a life-saving defibrillator by 22/23
Plucky Little Ukraine "Has Bought Britain Time": Army Head Prepares To Fight Other Blocs In Europe In "Competition" As Well As Conflict
09:11 BBC: Ukraine war: Countdown has begun to end of Putin, say Kyiv officials
Free Russia Channel: Failed Ukrainian Attack Meets Horrific Fate
US Senators Lindsey Graham and Sen Blumenthal introduced a bipartisan resolution declaring Russia's use of nuclear weapons or destruction of the occupied Zaporizhia Nuclear Powerplant in Ukraine to be an attack on NATO requiring the invocation of NATO Article 5
General Sir Patrick Sanders:
Ukrainian bravery and sacrifice is buying us time. Time to modernise. Time to train ourselves. Time to ensure that we are prepared.
MOD.UK: Project WAVELL (Page now not found)
Centre for Historical Analysis and Conflict Research: British Army Review 2023
BBC: Belarus leader Lukashenko tells BBC the country may have helped migrants into the EU
GOV.UK: UK programme assistance to Ukraine 2017–2018
We The People NE: Interview with Mike Robinson at the Rally For Peace and Freedom
We The People NE: Brian Gerrish speaks at the UK Column/UNN 'Stop the War' demo—"If you want to meet a coward, meet a senior military officer"
We The People NE: David Scott speaks at the UK Column/UNN 'Stop the War' demo
International Finance On The Brink Of Collapse—Most Money Going To Service Debt
33:31 UK Column interview: The Rise of Big Data in Healthcare—Ben Rubin
Upcoming UK Column interview: Lily Tang Williams 29th June at 1 pm
E-mail to UK Column regarding 15-minute cites in Denmark
Debi Evans Blog: 27 June 2023
Christine Lagarde is excited to be in Sintra in Portugal for the ECB Forum on Central Banking
ECB Forum on Central Banking 2023
European Central Bank: Lagarde introduces the inflation outlook for the euro area
Financial Times: The return of quantitative easing
The digital pound: Consultation paper (30 June response deadline)
Secrecy—Members must not make statements that might give clues to developments in monetary analysis that have not been disclosed, or that might confuse or mislead the public about monetary policy.
Matt Hancock Didn’t Attempt Waterworks This Time
44:53 Abi Roberts and Francis O Neill with Yellow Boards before her arrest
Video 1—"You're not allowed to swear in the street"—"What about genocide?" | Video 2—constable actually volunteers the "prompt and effective investigation" canard (otherwise known as "Couldn't think of anything better") as the reason for arrest without being asked for one
Francis O'Neill on Twitter: Police arresting Abi Roberts for swearing outside the Covid Inquiry
Good Morning Britain: Does Matt Hancock Fake Cry On Good Morning Britain?
Ukraine's Battlefield Injuries Are Great For the Biotech Industry
48:15 Crast: How Ukraine Became a Testing Bed for Western Weapons and Battlefield Innovation
Axios Exclusive: Battlefield communications startup eyes Ukraine as a test bed
Politico: How Ukraine became a test bed for cyberweaponry
Defense Mirror (2018): Ukraine to Create DARPA-like Defence Research Agency
The Ukroboronprom State Concern is a strategic manufacturer of weapons and military hardware in Ukraine
NAKO: An independent non-governmental organization working to reduce corruption in areas important to Ukraine's national security
OHCHR: Ukraine: civilian casualty update, 6 March 2023
Virgin: Superhumans: Helping injured Ukrainians
BBC: Ukraine war: 'I'm going back to the frontline with my bionic arm'
Pride Month—Publicly Funded LGBTQI+ ‘Role Models’ and Storytellers; Glaswegian Councillors Think "Trans People" Face "Genocidal Threat"
53:03 Glasgow City Council: Councillor Christina Cannon
Council celebrates the fact that in 2021 Scotland was the first country in the world to agree to embed lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) inclusive education across the school curriculum and notes that there is a national expectation that Local Authorities ensure that all schools are delivering an LGBT inclusive education for their learners.
Glasgow City Council: Bailie Elaine Gallagher
This Council welcomes Pride month as a celebration of LGBTQ+ visibility and unity. The Council recognises that Pride is the anniversary of the Stonewall riots, the result of police oppression and injustice against LGBTQ+ people, in particular drag queens and other gender-nonconforming people. As such, the Council recognises that Pride is a protest against continuing injustice.
Fornethy Survivors Still Seek Justice—Watch Out For New Article Forthcoming
57:56 Prior UK Column Article: Fornethy House: Beyond the Pale