Ross Clark

Science & Tech

Harry and Meghan are wrong about COVID vaccine patents

The idea that a few rich countries are hoarding vaccines while the rest of the world goes without doesn’t reflect reality

By Ross Clark

Science & Tech

Was Hurricane Ida really caused by climate change?

While records of storms exist since 1851 they cannot be taken to be complete records

By Ross Clark

Science & Tech

Natural immunity is stronger than vaccination, study suggests

Was herd immunity for the young the right strategy all along?

By Ross Clark

Sports

It’s time to cut back on the Olympics

We could afford to lose the sports where winning Olympic gold does not represent the pinnacle of that sport

By Ross Clark

Europe

Is climate change to blame for Germany’s flooding?

Far from predicting more summer rainfall in the German Rhineland, climate models have tended to do the opposite

By Ross Clark

Science & Tech

Who really needs a third Pfizer shot?

The drug company argues that antibody levels among Israelis who have received two shots are already beginning to fall

By Ross Clark

Economics

A minimum corporation tax is nothing to celebrate

The US and the EU are trying to repatriate tax revenues from smaller countries with less clout

By Ross Clark

Economics

Will the G7 tax deal survive?

The largest obstacle will likely come from the US

By Ross Clark

Business

Why should Amazon be exempt from Biden’s global tax?

This ‘breakthrough’ is not all it is cracked up to be

By Ross Clark

Economics

Joe Biden’s long road to recovery

Like a bouncing ball, the US economy hasn’t gotten back to the height it fell from

By Ross Clark

Europe

Biden’s tax plan spells bad news for Ireland

A minimum global corporate tax rate is an idea dreamed up by America, agreed by the G7, to be imposed on all G20 companies

By Ross Clark

Science & Tech

The many failures of China’s vaccine program

China’s pretense to scientific prowess over the West has been exposed by mixed and questionable results

By Ross Clark

International

Has India’s second COVID wave peaked?

Tuesday’s figure is likely to be the high tide mark in India’s second wave of COVID

By Ross Clark

Science & Tech

Does getting COVID-19 protect you against reinfection?

Clemson study demonstrates the power of antibodies

By Ross Clark

Science & Tech

Scientists: WHO wrong to dismiss theory that COVID came from lab

An open letter to Science magazine will put pressure on WHO to explain further why it came to the conclusion it did

By Ross Clark

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