WE’D love to know David Perry’s Lottery numbers — he’s the luckiest man alive.
How many others walk away from a suicide bombing in their own car?
The cabbie’s incredible survival is the only bright note from the Liverpool horror.
Because with that, and the appalling murder of MP David Amess, our terror threat is now “severe”. Our spooks fear new attacks at Christmas.
The Covid curbs we lived under gave us a respite from warped terrorist losers.
Looks like they’re back.
WE don’t buy the latest Covid doom- mongering. The jabs blitz will ensure the virus, at least, is no threat to Christmas.
Boosters ramp up protection to nearly 95 per cent. That’s just against infection.
It’s even higher against hospitalisation and death. Those are stunning figures.
If you have opted to get yours to counter waning immunity — as opposed to refusing, to prevent a global elite of lizard-people from controlling your mind — you have chosen wisely.
And it makes perfect sense too to roll boosters out to eight million over-40s — and get second shots into kids of 16-plus.
When it comes to Christmas, the more jabs the merrier.
Sort bills, Boris
WE’RE glad the Bank of England is finally starting to take rising inflation seriously.
It has worried most of us for weeks.
Workers feel it on every supermarket trip, especially at the forecourt.
Diesel has topped an astronomical £1.50 a litre. That is a crippling cost for tradesmen and delivery drivers: £24 more to fuel a van since the start of the year . . . a staggering rise every customer will notice as it feeds into their bills.
Boris Johnson has been sidetracked by COP26 and sleaze scandals.
He must focus urgently on our soaring cost of living.
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