Taiwan has suffered just 12 coronavirus deaths but because of the influence of the Chinese Communist Party, it is barred from the World Health Assembly.
It’s time to stand up to this faceless bureaucratic super-state. The reign of the interventionism enthusiasts and the red tape fetishists must come to an end.
It’s time to abandon the nanny state mindset and allow our world-class universities and research institutes to take up their rightful place on the front line of any and all public health battles.
Like Greta Thunberg, the WHO seems to enjoy virtue signalling. But unlike Greta, it cannot be dismissed with a photo opportunity or two. It makes demands.
We can only hope that the Government will keep the consumer front and centre in their minds when crafting their technology policy.
The World Health Organisation was wildly unprepared for the pandemic because it spent so much of its time playing politics with sugar taxes, junk food ad bans and vaping restrictions, rather than serving its purpose.
Sugar taxes and advertising bans don’t work – we need a smarter approach.
I spoke to Cristo Foufas on talkRADIO. We discussed, among other things, why people think Generation Z have an attitude problem and whether or not I’d make a good plumber.
In my latest appearance on the ‘Moving Forward with Young Voices’ radio show, I discussed the future of big tech regulation.
A new quango will seek to rein in Silicon Valley and the Chancellor has set his sights on punitive taxes for the uber-successful technology sector.