AT long last, light at the end of the tunnel.
True, it will be weeks till any Brits have the first jab. And weeks more before it will be effective. But the chances are it WILL work. And safely.
Dangerous anti-vaccination conspiracy theories are sure to gain traction online so the Government must do everything they can to counter them Credit: Getty Images
After ten months of hell, Pfizer seem to have conjured the miracle we needed.
The Government must counter any dangerous anti-vaccination conspiracy theories sure to gain traction online. And conquer the immense logistical challenge of rolling out millions of doses while prioritising the most vulnerable.
That simply must not go wrong, given the extraordinary dedication and skill of scientists in Britain, the US and around the world in inventing these vaccines in record time.
Like the frontline NHS staff still bravely toiling away as the threat has increased, they are unsung heroes.
But if the jabs work, and humanity sees Covid off, they won’t be unsung for long.
LISTEN to the liberal-Left here and in America and you’d think Joe Biden’s victory solved everything in an instant.
That he had returned them overnight to the smug comfort of politics-as-usual before Trump and even Brexit.
Keir Starmer is so happy he suddenly backs a US trade deal. We thought Labour was worried about American food standards. Turns out it really was just a prejudice about Trump.
But the Left are delusional if they think Biden’s narrow win is the end of the matter. Trump’s 71million voters aren’t going away. A Republican could easily take back the White House in 2024.
Nor will Biden somehow soften Brexit or damage Boris Johnson.
In fact the hardest Brexit possible is firmly back on the cards, thanks yet again to EU intransigence. Boris simply cannot flinch from it and fatally compromise our position for a deal.
Especially with Nigel Farage’s new party itching to hoover up Tory votes.
WE can only marvel at the hypocrisy of the BBC over the Martin Bashir scandal — and the conspicuous silence from the self-appointed judges of media morality.
The Beeb reporter, it is alleged, used lies and forged documents to dupe Princess Diana into doing his infamous Panorama interview in 1995.
He is said to be too sick to be questioned. Except he has been spotted nipping out for a curry.
New BBC boss Tim Davie has finally, and rightly, ordered an independent inquiry. But why is there no revolt among the BBC’s oh-so-principled leftie journo-activists, who leap on any behaviour they dislike by tabloids?
Why no demands to close the BBC from Hacked Off Hugh and his pals?
Or do their political allies and occasional employers get a free pass?
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