Toby Green

Toby Green is a Professor of History at King's College, London. The updated edition of his book, The Covid Consensus, co-authored with Thomas Fazi, will be published in November by Hurst.

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Toby Green is a Professor of History at King's College, London. The updated edition of his book, The Covid Consensus, co-authored with Thomas Fazi, will be published in November by Hurst.

The myth of lockdown socialism

BY Thomas Fazi / 7 mins

The return of Covid fearmongering

BY Toby Green / 6 mins

The unspoken cause of the Sri Lanka crisis: lockdowns

BY Toby Green / 2 mins

Monkeypox is not the next Covid-19

BY Toby Green / 2 mins

Bill Gates wants to build a dystopia

BY Toby Green / 6 mins

Don’t let the lockdown hawks re-write history

BY Toby Green / 2 mins

Africa’s food crisis pre-dates the war in Ukraine

BY Toby Green / 2 mins

Covid has created a capitalist nightmare

BY Thomas Fazi / 6 mins

The Left-wing case against vaccine mandates

BY Thomas Fazi / 7 mins

The world’s poorest countries are facing an unprecedented debt crisis

BY Toby Green / 2 mins

Has the Great Barrington Declaration been vindicated?

BY Thomas Fazi / 8 mins

Covid panic is hurting African countries once again

BY Toby Green / 2 mins

The Left’s Covid failure

BY Toby Green / 9 mins

Why are liberals blind to vaccine passport discrimination?

BY Toby Green / 2 mins

The Ebola lockdown that everyone forgot

BY Toby Green / 2 mins

Bill Gates finally realises that lockdown hurts children

BY Toby Green / 2 mins

What Gordon Brown misses about Covid Colonialism

BY Toby Green / 2 mins

The WHO’s war against children

BY Toby Green / 2 mins

There is no Covid third wave in Africa

BY Toby Green / 3 mins

Who really benefits from the plan to ‘vaccinate the world’s poor’?

BY Toby Green / 2 mins

We cannot let the WHO rewrite pandemic history

BY Toby Green / 2 mins

Eastern Europe’s Covid lesson: it’s GDP, not lockdowns

BY Toby Green / 2 mins

Vaccinating everybody may not help Africa

BY Toby Green / 4 mins