Month: October 2020

With results in a few minutes, why are we not yet switching to ‘game-changer’ saliva tests for Covid-19?

15 October 2020 By Paul Martin

The British Medical Journal has pointed out that there are huge advantages in using a rapid saliva test for Covid, even though they appear to be 20 per cent less accuracte in detecting the disease. A very convincing American analysis has already shown its benefits, as previously reported. Here’s what the BMJ wrote: In […]

Portrayers of a coup in Iran were accused of inserting a false narrative. Now the film has been withdrawn. But the plot thickens.

13 October 2020 By Paul Martin

 Taghi Amirani, presenter and producer of Coup 53, a two-hour feature documentary about the British role in the 1953 Iranian coup d’etat, has suddenly withdrawn it from digital circulation, after its main investigative claims were publicly rejected by the producers of the 1985 television series End of Empire.

How has been way ahead of the world in revealing key Covid-related stories in 2020.

8 October 2020 By Paul Martin

Is it necessary to send small children home from school when one in a ‘bubble’ gets Covid? And the scandal of letting parents congregate outside schools and not properly social-distancing. 11 September 2020 By PAUL MARTIN Is it time for the UK government to get a dose of educational and medical reality? Why has the government made […]