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Alayne and Rob discuss the Queen and a worrying fall in life expectancy that the PTB are struggling to explain

Alayne and Rob have their third chat for HTL in September 2022, putting the world to rights with humour and integrity. They ask questions that some viewers may find uncomfortable but with the absence of difficult questions tyranny can take hold, as history has shown us.

Case against anti-lockdown protesters collapses

Holding the Line covered a story back in February 2022 about the attempted prosecution of anti-lockdown protesters – including pensioners – who were held on a coach for three hours under ‘covid laws’. The case against them has since collapsed. Find out more here:

Racist Wimbledon, medical and climate ’emergencies’ and degenerate ‘elites’ – more transatlantic talk from Alayne and Rob

Dissident journalists, censorship and the NUJ: HTL founder Henry Widdas in conversation with Tony Gosling on the “Not the BCFM Politics Show”

Does Covid exist? HTL in conversation with researcher Rob Clarke

HTL’s Roger Guttridge and Rusere Shoniwa discuss the Online Safety Bill and vaccine passports with Ramola D

Local politician initiates cross-party action group on vaccine harm

Watch HTL’s Tony Gosling in discussion with Nicholas Martin on a new political group set up to investigate injuries and deaths arising from the Covid vaccines.

Lawyer Anna De Buisseret talks about informed consent, liability and common law.

MEPs against vaccine passports

At a press conference in the European Parliament, MEPs from Croatia, Germany, Italy and Romania declare their opposition to digital ‘green passes’ and speak out about the threat to EU citizens’ rights posed by vaccine mandates and certification.