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The Schools Bill

Posted on 30th June, 2022


"The Schools Bill, ... proposes to turn Britain, and particularly England and Wales, from one of the world’s freest places to home educate to one of the most restrictive"


UK Column article stating:

"The Schools Bill, which is about to be sent from the Lords to the Commons, proposes to turn Britain, and particularly England and Wales, from one of the world’s freest places to home educate to one of the most restrictive. It will empower the Department for Education and local authorities to inspect living-room home education “settings”, close private schools, force school attendance for a given child with no redress, prevent any new religious schools from opening, relocating or expanding, ban tutors whom they do not like from teaching even online, and force parents to supply any information or surrender any materials that they see fit. (PDF)


In this segment, Alex Thomson runs through the 25 tyrannical aspects of the Bill, using a list hosted by Education Otherwise (PDF) and by Tap News. More detail is given by Schools Week, Wendy Charles-Warner and Tristram Llewelyn Jones, the latter two writing in The Conservative Woman (TCW). Finally, Debi Evans discusses how special educational needs are being invoked by the Bill to spread standardisation at the cost of children’s misery."



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Increased payments for vaccination sites

Posted on 30th November, 2021

GP surgeries will be offered an increased £15 standard payment per delivered jab, also there will be a £30 premium payment for vaccinating people who are housebound.


"Increased payments for vaccination sites, says NHS chief Amanda Pritchard gives some more details of what the NHS is doing to meet the challenge of expanding the booster programme in England.


She says community pharmacies and GP surgeries will be offered an increased £15 standard payment per delivered jab until January, with an additional £5 payment for jabs given at weekends.


She also says there will be a £30 premium payment for vaccinating people who are housebound.


She also says they are reassessing the recommended 15-minute wait after jabs, to see if they can get more people through vaccination sites more quickly." (Article and PDF)


Booster campaign to be put 'on steroids' - since when are steroids a good thing? (PDF)



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SARS–CoV–2 Spike Impairs DNA Damage Repair

Posted on 21st November, 2021

"...our findings also imply a potential side effect of the full–length spike–based vaccine."



"... Adaptive immunity plays a crucial role in fighting against SARS–CoV–2 infection and directly influences the clinical outcomes of patients. Clinical studies have indicated that patients with severe COVID–19 exhibit delayed and weak adaptive immune responses; however, the mechanism by which SARS–CoV–2 impedes adaptive immunity remains unclear.


Here, by using an in vitro cell line, we report that the SARS–CoV–2 spike protein significantly inhibits DNA damage repair, which is required for effective V(D)J recombination in adaptive immunity. Mechanistically, we found that the spike protein localizes in the nucleus and inhibits DNA damage repair by impeding key DNA repair protein BRCA1 and 53BP1 recruitment to the damage site.


Our findings reveal a potential molecular mechanism by which the spike protein might impede adaptive immunity and underscore the potential side effects of full-length spike-based vaccines." (Link and PDF)

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Covid killed just six healthy children during the pandemic, while lockdowns have fuelled a timebomb of health disorders among the young, new data showed.


Today, 12NOV21, The Telegraph reported:

"The research examining more than 3,000 deaths of under-18s in England in the year since the first lockdown found a “tiny” proportion were linked to Covid.


Just 25 deaths were caused by the virus, and only six of those involved children without underlying conditions.


The same year saw more than 1,100 heart deaths among children, along with almost 1,200 fatalities linked to neurological conditions and more than 450 deaths among under-18s with respiratory conditions, according to research published in the journal Nature Medicine.


Meanwhile, a separate study from the University of Oxford showed a 17 per cent fall in diagnoses of childhood cancers in the months following the first lockdown." (Article and PDF)

National flu and COVID-19 surveillance reports published (Overview, Reports and Week45 PDF, Graphs, Data)


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COP26 Carbon Offsetting

Posted on 8th November, 2021

There are more delegates at COP26 associated with the fossil fuel industry than from any single country, putting forward the devastating carbon offsetting agenda.



"One of the biggest groups they identified was the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) with 103 delegates in attendance ...  IETA is backed by many major oil companies who promote offsetting and carbon trading as a way of allowing them to continue extracting oil and gas." (Article and PDF)


To offset land is needed to plant on. This is will be the end of rural farming and suburban living as land is bought up and turned into 'conservation' areas, tree forests and wildflower meadows.


This in turn will force people away from natural farmed food towards synthethic and insect based diets. See government projects here.


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Australian Vaccination Compensation Bill

Posted on 11th October, 2021


The object of this Bill is to amend the Public Health Act 2010 to provide for the payment of compensation to workers who suffer injury, loss or damage as a result of a requirement to be vaccinated - paid by employer?


Section 137 Liability to workers required to be vaccinated:

(1) This section applies if a relevant body requires a worker to be vaccinated against a disease prescribed by the regulations.

(2) The relevant body is liable to pay compensation to the

worker for any injury, loss or damage suffered by the worker as a result of the vaccine.

(3) The relevant body continues to be liable to pay compensation to the worker until the worker’s death, even if the worker ceases to be employed or otherwise engaged by the relevant body.

(4) In this section—

  • relevant body, in relation to a worker, means the person or body that employs or otherwise engages the worker.
  • worker of a relevant body includes a person engaged by, or on behalf of, the relevant body under a contract for services, but does not include a volunteer. (Bill and PDF)

Related UK Government COVID-19 Vaccine Damage Bill (PDF) and bill postition, currently in its second reading as of 11OCT21.


See previous BOB Blog - Vaccine Damage Bill reading by Sir Christopher Chope MP, 10SEP21.


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Death by Vaccination Status England

Posted on 4th October, 2021


Age-standardised mortality rates for deaths by vaccination status,

England: deaths occurring between 2 January and 2 July 2021


Data from the Office of National Statistics.

In the USA



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Lateral Flow Tests Innovas Iniquity

Posted on 28th September, 2021


"The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) told the public to stop using the [lateral flow] tests ‘by placing them in the trash’ ... Shockingly, the UK government decided to take no notice. Instead they doubled down on their £4billion investment in the product."


In an article by Conservative Woman:

"While Americans were busy throwing them in the trash, the UK extended the exceptional use authorisation (EUA) of the Innova LFT until August 28. (FDA Link)


It is now well past that August 28deadline and there has been no further official extension of the EUA by the MHRA. Yet schools, colleges and universities are once again strongly encouraging students to use these unauthorised lateral flow tests. As well as risking health, the test will continue to inflate case numbers as a result of its proven unreliability and inaccuracy and will be a ‘tool’ in the Prime Minister’s box of tricks to ‘justify’ yet another lockdown this autumn/winter." (Article and PDF)

Previous artticles include:

  • Innova’s iniquity, Part 1 How test firm flashed the UK taxpayer's cash (PDF)
    • "Revealed in the article is the critical fact that John Penrose MP, the Government’s anti-corruption champion, who ‘rather than chasing corruption … seems to spend his time besmirching those who do’ is the husband of Harding." ["Tory life peer Dido Harding head of NHS Test and Trace from May 2020 to May 2021"]
    • "This fact was found ‘laughable’ by Jolyon Maugham, chairman of GLP. I concur. How can an independent inquiry ever be launched if it is your own spouse you’re supposed to be investigating? This glaring conflict of interest has been shockingly ignored by the mainstream media."
  • Innova Scandal
    • Part 1 - The Innova lateral flow tests: another scandal in the making? (PDF)
    • Part 2  - The Innova lateral flow tests: another scandal in the making? (PDF)
    • Part 3 - The US says ‘Throw the tests in the trash’ (PDF)
    • Part 4 - Questions the government must answer (PDF)


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  • FDA -
    • Innova Medical Group Recalls Unauthorized SARS-CoV-2 Antigen Rapid Qualitative Test with Risk of False Test Results
      • "The FDA has identified this as a Class I recall, the most serious type of recall. Use of these devices may cause serious injuries or death" (PDF)
  • Lancet Comparision LFT vs PCR
    • Comparing the diagnostic accuracy of point-of-care lateral flow antigen testing for SARS-CoV-2 with RT-PCR in primary care (REAP-2) (PDF)
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CO2 Crisis Summit and Saudi Solutions

Posted on 23rd September, 2021


Whitehall chief 'told ministers to panic buy lager after CO2 crisis summit'


Meanwhile, can recycling CO2 help Saudi Arabia go green? From waste to resource.

"Saudi Arabia is home to the second largest crude oil reserves in the world after Venezuela. And in 2020 – the latest data available from the US Energy Information Administration – it was the second largest oil producer, behind only the United States, with an output that equated to just over 11 million barrels a day, although this figure included crude oil, all other petroleum liquids, and biofuels.


To reduce its carbon footprint further, Saudi Arabia is now investing in carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) projects that turn carbon dioxide into useful and saleable products.


Carbon in the drinks industry

Strides in CO2 recycling are also starting to be made outside of the energy industry.


As part of a unique partnership, gas manufacturer Gulf Cryo Saudi is capturing and cleaning emissions from the boilers of Saudi drinks company Sibco. The resulting beverage-grade CO2 is then used to carbonate Sibco’s drinks while reducing its carbon footprint at the same time. As much as 96 metric tonnes of CO2 will be recycled this way every single day.


Creating energy efficient polyols

Saudi Aramco, the Kingdom’s national oil company, ... owns a 70 per cent stake in Sabic, the petrochemical company that built one of the world’s largest carbon capture and utilisation plants.


Reusing CO2 to reduce emissions

At the Hawiyah gas plant in eastern Saudi Arabia, Aramco is capturing up to 40 million standard cubic feet of CO2 every day – it’s enough to fill 440 Olympic-sized swimming pools. 


Challenges of CCUS projects

For Saudi Arabia, although it started investing in CCUS projects in 2015, the industry is still in relative infancy compared to early adopters such as the US. There’s limited investment, which could change if there’s significant growth in the market for products made from these recycled gases.


During its G20 presidency last year, Saudi Arabia championed its circular carbon economy strategy on the world stage, reiterating the “reduce, reuse, recycle, remove” mantra. King Salman bin Abdulaziz said at the time: “Safeguarding the planet is of critical importance. With the increase in emissions due to economic growth, we must pioneer sustainable, pragmatic, and cost-effective approaches for achieving ambitious climate goals.” (Article and PDF)


This original misleading mainstream article, Whitehall chief 'told ministers to panic buy lager after CO2 crisis summit', was referrring to driver shortages.

"Britain’s biggest retailer said a chronic shortage of delivery drivers will make it impossible to move goods to stores during the busy festive season.


The road haulage industry says there is a shortage of more than 90,000 skilled HGV drivers.(Article


"Despite offering bonuses worth £1,000 since the summer, Tesco – which is the UK’s largest supermarket – is still facing a shortfall of 800 drivers, ... adding that the company had struggled to hire more drivers than it had lost to rival firms in recent months."  (Link and PDF)

The question is why did it lose its drivers to rival firms?


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Plan to make Britain a global AI superpower

Posted on 22nd September, 2021


UK Govt Aims to position country as global leader in the governance of AI technologies and includes plans for a white paper on AI regulation.


"National AI Strategy to boost business use of AI, attract international investment and develop next generation of tech talent


New National AI Research and Innovation Programme alongside review of nation’s future computing capacity will help make sure UK discovers and develops latest innovations


The UK today launches its first National Artificial Intelligence (AI) Strategy to help it strengthen its position as a global science superpower and seize the potential of modern technology to improve people’s lives and solve global challenges such as climate change and public health.


AI technologies underpin the tech and apps we use on a daily basis - from helping us navigate around cities and stopping online banking fraud to enabling voice recognition in smart speakers. They help clinicians improve their diagnosis of disease, are unlocking the potential for driverless cars and will deliver thousands of unforeseen benefits in everyday life." (Govt and PDF)



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