At last, a Prime Minister speaks the truth on trans athletes

AT last the Prime Minister of a sporting nation has weighed in on the transgender and sports debate. This follows the transgender athlete Laurel Hubbard, from New Zealand, winning two golds in the women's weight-lifting...

The BBC’s all-out war on Brexit

For the duration of the Stop BBC Bias crowdfunding appeal we are promoting on TCW, we are republishing some of the most egregious examples of the BBC’s bias. Anyone listening to yesterday to the...
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TCW’s Summer Reads: Hamilton House of Horror

The Slaves of Solitude, by Patrick Hamilton HERE is a horror story. There are no knife maniacs, masked murderers or chainsaw wielding cannibals in this portrayal of crushing boredom in wartime suburbia published in 1947....

‘Green’ Germany risks running out of power

IN the emotionally charged world of green power politics, the real risks to humanity are all too frequently forgotten or hidden, like uncertain energy supplies or the total collapse of a national grid. Last year...

Grievances to the fore at the summer art shows

ONCE, visiting an art show was something to do on a wet weekend. These days it’s all about attitude and identity; none of that slumming about enjoying pictures the way our grandparents did, yet...

The British Inquisition

THE British media and the dynamic operating between them and our politicians has undergone an unpropitious and sinister metamorphosis in the years since the Brexit vote. It is, of course, right and proper that the...

Reader’s comment: Blame everyone but yourself

In response to Sam Burgess: The moral case for conservatism Part 4 – the community Mike Bell wrote: Burgess identifies two consequences of the nanny state: *destroying communities of work *breaks down community Agreed, but the biggest one is...

Reader’s comment: Sneering Jacobson

In response to Kathy Gyngell: Study this, Boris – the BBC’s Brexit bias laid bare, Dacorum wrote: A Point of View last Sunday morning was truly appalling. The author managed to encapsulate all the arrogance and...

Study this, Boris – the BBC’s Brexit bias laid bare

IF you want to hear the undiluted BBC perspective on Brexit, listen to last Sunday morning's A Point of View. Writer Howard Jacobson attempts to argue that failure to deliver Brexit is not a...

The UK must be able to defend itself, whoever the aggressor

THE main continental EU countries are out to strengthen their military collaboration. Over the years they have worked away at joint exercises, common weapons procurement, common standards, exchange of personnel, unified commands and shared...