UK Column News - 5th April 2023

Brian Gerrish, Mike Robinson, David Scott and Debi Evans with today’s UK Column News. Guests: Sandi Adams and Cheryl Grainger.


SNP Under Investigations—Where Did The Money Go?

00:34 Connor Gillies: Police evidence tent erected outside the home of former SNP executive Peter Murrell

Investigation into Scottish National Party funding and finances—Nicola Sturgeon’s husband arrested

Telegraph: Nicola Sturgeon's husband Peter Murrell arrested over SNP finances 

First Minister Humza Yousaf:

I won't comment on a live police investigation.


Information Commissioner's Office Issues Fine

09:00 ICO fines TikTok £12.7 million for misusing children’s data

Mike Robinson's e-mail to the Information Commissioner response:

We have seen visible behaviour change from companies since the Children's Code entered into force.

ICO: The Children’s code: what is it?

Ofcom: Children’s Online User Ages—Quantitative Research Study


Trans Agenda Is Pushed Onto Children

14:32 Daily Mail: Outrage as kids as young as eight attend an overnight 'Art of Drag' weekend camp where they learn to'create their own drag personas'

Policy Exchange: Asleep at the Wheel—An Examination of Gender and Safeguarding in Schools

Page 66:

The LGBT charity Stonewall played a significant and historic role in making this distinction.

The Intercom Trust on behalf of The Cornwall Transgender Guidance for Schools Partnership

The Intercom Trust is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community resource covering the South West



Announcements; Viewers’ & Subscribers’ E-mails

26:44 The Alternative View Conference—Booking Page

ULEZ Expansion 2023—Rally at Trafalgar Square, Saturday 15th April 12–3pm

Debi Evans Blog: 4th April 2023

Jenna Platt interview, Thursday 6 April, 1pm—On the Live Page

No 15-Minute Cities: Saturday 29 April, 12pm, Huddersfield, New Street


Agenda 2030: Sandi Adams Is On The Case

29:57 UK Column interview: Sandi Adams: Agenda 2030

Glastonbury Town Council Meeting, 14th March 2023

Somerset Live: Residents hit out at 'monstrosities' after planters installed on Somerset high street

Unitary authorities of England

EnviroTech: The Liquid Tree—A Solution for Tackling Greenhouse Gas Emissions?

Latest from Natural England

The Guardian: Tory MPs and farmers in clash with Natural England over Dartmoor sheep

Cornwall Live: Moors plan leaves Cornwall farm families fearing for their livelihoods

Sites of special scientific interest: managing your land


Eyes On The MHRA

44:30 UK Column Interview: Cheryl Grainger: What does ‘safe and effective’ mean when the adverse events come to light?

MHRA CEO Dame June Raine's telling talk in Wales

MHRA: Medical Devices Regulations Webinar—24 January 2023

MHRA Board Meeting held in public—January 2023 

Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD)

NHS bookings open for Spring boosters

Express: Covid jab victims in fight for justice

World Health Organization says healthy children and teens probably don't need a Covid vaccine

NHS Long Term Plan

BBC: Tourists in South West warned of NHS pressures from Easter


NATO Expansion and Globalist Reuse of Has-Beens

1:11:48 Finland has become the 31st member of the Nato security alliance, doubling the length of member states' borders with Russia

Environment Secretary Thérèse Coffey speaks at the launch of the government's Plan for Water

Speech video

London Insider: Tony Blair told to 'disappear quietly' amid WEF links

Tory MP Lee Anderson urged the World Economic Forum to 'distance themselves' from Mr Blair if it wants to retain 'anysort of credibility'

Tony Blair defends the World Economic Forum in Davos

Guardian: Pandemic is chance to reset global economy, says Prince Charles

Jacinda Ardern appointed trustee of Prince William's Earthshot Prize


And Finally

Thanks from UK Column for the flowers and cream teas

(The jam goes on first)